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    Why We Recommend This

    Regular oil changes are key to engine maintenance. They protect vital engine parts from damaging heat and friction. Conventional wisdom says that motor oil needs to be replaced every 3,000 miles/3 months, but it's best to follow your vehicle manufacturer guidelines and service provider recommendations—both are geared toward your specific vehicle and unique driving conditions.

    What's Included

    An expert technician will remove and replace your motor oil, replace and recycle your used oil and oil filter, inspect other important filters, top-off windshield fluid, and perform a 19-point Courtesy Check. 

    Conventional motor oil is good for your budget. It’s affordable and meets the requirements of many vehicle manufacturers, but it isn't designed for engines with special performance or mileage needs. Conventional oil is the most basic option we offer.  
    Full synthetic oil is a better option than conventional oil. It's ideal for vehicles that take lots of short trips and operate in severe driving conditions, like stop-and-go traffic and temperatures below 40 F or more than 90 F. Count on synthetic oil to help prevent sludge from forming in your engine and clean out existing gunk. If you're not ready to switch to a full synthetic, a synthetic blend is a great in-between option.
    High mileage oil is designed for vehicles with more than 75,000 miles. It’s enhanced with special conditioning agents that help reduce and prevent leaks by restoring aging, cracked, or brittle plastic and rubber engine parts. Your engine is only as strong as its weakest part, so keep yours well lubricated to extend its life.

    Why We Recommend This

    When you have your tires rotated, you increase the life of your tires by reducing uneven wear. Most vehicle manufacturers recommend a tire rotation about every 5,000 miles or at the manufacturer-recommended mileage. 

    What's Included

    A tire rotation consists of removing the tires from their current locations and rotating them to another location on the vehicle. Tire rotation patterns vary depending on whether your vehicle is rear-wheel, four-wheel, or front-wheel drive. Our technicians will do what's best for your specific vehicle.

    Regular tire rotations help make sure your tires wear more evenly. Even tire wear can help reduce your risk of future tire issues, and can also improve your vehicle’s traction, fuel efficiency, and overall safety on the road.
    Tire rotations can help you save money, too. Because tire rotations help tires wear evenly, they help increase tire lifespan. That means you might not have to buy new tires as often as you once did! 
    Is your vehicle equipped with all-wheel drive? If so, regular tire rotations may help reduce the stress on your drivetrain and lessen wear on essential drive components. Routine tire rotations can help you tackle tough, unknown roads!

    Why We Recommend This

    It's best to have your alignment checked every 6,000 miles or twice a year. Even one misaligned wheel can wreak havoc on your fuel efficiency, and over time can lead to premature wear and tear on your vehicle. Keeping everything properly aligned ensures a smoother ride for you and a longer life for your tires.

    What's Included

    Wheel alignment services include inspection and adjustments to your vehicle’s steering and suspension system. We'll check for and correct any issues with your car’s wheel alignment angles, as well as ensure your tire air pressure is at the manufacturer recommended level. Some manufacturers also require recalibrations of certain advanced vehicle safety systems with an alignment service – we can help with that, too.

    Maybe you have a crooked steering wheel, your vehicle pulls to one side or another, or a gut feeling that something’s not right in your car after you hit a pothole. A simple wheel alignment check can give you peace of mind that your car is on the straight and narrow—or keep you one step ahead of costly repairs if it isn't.
    We'll use top-of-the-line alignment equipment to measure your car’s alignment angles and make any necessary adjustments according to manufacturer specifications. Next, we'll recalibrate your vehicle’s safety systems (if required by your manufacturer). Standard wheel alignment services are backed by our 12-month, 12,000-mile warranty, and we'll road test your vehicle ourselves to make sure the job is done right.
    Our lifetime alignment includes everything in the standard alignment, plus a lifetime warranty. That means we'll check the angles, realign your wheels, and recalibrate the required safety systems whenever you need it—at no charge—for as long as you own the car.

    Why We Recommend This

    It’s best to introduce yourself to new roads with a firm grip. Over time, the tread on your tires wears down, leading to compromised traction on the road and potentially dangerous driving conditions. Tires generally need to be replaced every 25,000 to 50,000 miles, depending on vehicle manufacturer recommendations and driving habits.

    What's Included

    We know tires, and we're here to help you choose the best ones for your car, your lifestyle, and your budget. Our trained technicians will walk you through your options for tire sizes, brands, and types so you can buy new tires with confidence. 

    High-quality tires are essential for your car’s longevity and safety, but they're also a significant investment. We stand behind our work and our tires, so much so that we'll give you 90 days to make sure your new tires meet your needs. If you're not satisfied, we'll make it right.
    From all-season to off-road and everything in between, we have you covered with some of the world’s best tire brands. We're proud to carry DriveGuard, Ecopia, Turanza, Blizzak, Destination, Firehawk, Toyo, and more, giving you plenty of options to suit your lifestyle and your vehicle.
    At Firestone Complete Auto Care, every job we do is backed by our Triple Promise: fixed right, priced right, right on time. Tire installation is no exception, and we'll treat your vehicle like it’s our own when installing your new tires.

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    NOTE: This is NOT a State Inspection service. If you would like to schedule an appointment for a State Inspection, please call you local store.

    Why We Recommend This

    The Complete Vehicle Inspection + is our most thorough standard inspection we offer. It covers everything include in our CVI plus starting and charging and engine cooling system pressure testing. Just like the CVI one of our trained technicians thoroughly inspects the components that keep your vehicle on the road, and works with you to develop a short- and long-term service recommendation plan designed for your vehicle. This can be a great option if you have an older vehicle, the vehicle is new to you, or you want to have the highest level of testing for your vehicle.

    What's Included

    A Complete Vehicle Inspection is our most comprehensive inspection. We'll inspect everything that's included in a Courtesy Check, plus the steering and suspension, exhaust systems, and brakes, among other systems, to make sure they are in line with manufacturer specifications. After the inspection, you'll receive a thorough assessment of your vehicle's condition and one of our Customer Service Teammates will help you prioritize the recommendations.

    A qualified technician will check for suspension and steering related issues, including damaged shocks, worn mounts, and vehicle bouncing. We'll also check your tire pressure, tread depth, and wheel alignment. 
    Out of sight doesn't mean out of mind at Firestone Complete Auto Care. We'll pop the hood and examine everything from the accessory belts to the power steering hoses. If your windshield wiper fluid needs a top-off, we'll take care of that, too. 
    Our Complete Vehicle Inspection + comes with starting and charging test (allowing us to test the integrity of the starting and charging system) and engine Cooling system Pressure testing (allowing us to test your vehicle’s coolant system for leaks.). 

    NOTE: This is NOT a State Inspection service. If you would like to schedule an appointment for a State Inspection, please call you local store.

    Why We Recommend This

    A Complete Vehicle Inspection allows you to know your vehicle's overall condition. One of our trained technicians thoroughly inspects the components that keep your vehicle on the road, and works with you to develop a short- and long-term service recommendation plan designed for your vehicle.

    What's Included

    A Complete Vehicle Inspection is our most comprehensive inspection. We'll inspect everything that's included in a Courtesy Check, plus the steering and suspension, exhaust systems, and brakes, among other systems, to make sure they are in line with manufacturer specifications. After the inspection, you'll receive a thorough assessment of your vehicle's condition and one of our Customer Service Teammates will help you prioritize the recommendations.

    A qualified technician will check for suspension and steering related issues, including damaged shocks, worn mounts, and vehicle bouncing. We'll also check your tire pressure, tread depth, and wheel alignment. 
    Out of sight doesn't mean out of mind at Firestone Complete Auto Care. We'll pop the hood and examine everything from the accessory belts to the power steering hoses. If your windshield wiper fluid needs a top-off, we'll take care of that, too. 
    We'll also examine your exhaust and brake system, and investigate any unusual noises or smells that may be causing you concern on the road. 

    NOTE: This is NOT a State Inspection service. If you would like to schedule an appointment for a State Inspection, please call you local store.

    Why We Recommend This

    A Complete Vehicle Inspection allows you to know your vehicle's overall condition. One of our trained technicians thoroughly inspects the components that keep your vehicle on the road, and works with you to develop a short- and long-term service recommendation plan designed for your vehicle.

    What's Included

    A Complete Vehicle Inspection is our most comprehensive inspection. We'll inspect everything that's included in a Courtesy Check, plus the steering and suspension, exhaust systems, and brakes, among other systems, to make sure they are in line with manufacturer specifications. After the inspection, you'll receive a thorough assessment of your vehicle's condition and one of our Customer Service Teammates will help you prioritize the recommendations.

    A qualified technician will check for suspension and steering related issues, including damaged shocks, worn mounts, and vehicle bouncing. We'll also check your tire pressure, tread depth, and wheel alignment. 
    Out of sight doesn't mean out of mind at Firestone Complete Auto Care. We'll pop the hood and examine everything from the accessory belts to the power steering hoses. If your windshield wiper fluid needs a top-off, we'll take care of that, too. 
    If it's on or in your car, you can bet we'll check it during a full vehicle inspection. We'll also examine your exhaust and brake system, and investigate any unusual noises or smells that may be causing you concern on the road. 

    Not all stores perform State Inspections. Call your local store for service availability and to schedule an appointment.

    Why We Recommend This

    Zero to sixty may throw your hair back. But sixty to zero will save your life. We're in the business of keeping you safe on the road, which is why we recommend that you have your brakes inspected and serviced per the manufacturer's recommended guidelines. Routine brake service can help you drive with confidence and stop quickly when you need to. 

    What's Included

    We'll inspect, service, and repair all parts of your braking system, including brake pads, shoes, rotors, drums, hoses, and fluid. We can also perform e-brake checks and offer free brake checks seven days a week, all year long. Many locations are also open in the evenings, so you can stop by at your convenience. 

    Our standard brake service includes a full inspection of brake components, installation of new brake pads/shoes, and resurfacing of brake rotors/drums. You'll also receive a lifetime parts warranty on brake shoes and disc pads, as well as a 12-month, 12,000-mile labor warranty. 
    This service includes everything that's involved in our standard brake service, plus a brake fluid exchange, which removes brake fluid contaminants and air from the braking system. It also comes with a longer labor warranty: 24,000-miles/24-months.
    In addition to everything that's offered in other brake services, the lifetime service includes installation of new brake calipers and/or wheel cylinders and a lifetime warranty on both parts and labor for brake pads/shoes, brake calipers/wheel cylinders, and brake installation hardware.

    Why We Recommend This

    Tire balancing helps make sure weight is evenly distributed between your tires. It's necessary about every 5,000 miles, or as recommended by your manufacturer. Balancing can lead to a smoother ride, less tire wear, and reduced strain on the drivetrain. When you think tire balancing, think safe, smooth and efficient driving. 

    What's Included

    During a tire balance service, your tires and wheels are mounted onto to a tire balancing machine. The machine spins the tire and wheel assembly to measure the imbalance, so that a technician can precisely install the correct tire weights to achieve a properly balanced wheel and tire assembly.

    Uneven tire wear and vibration in your steering wheel, floorboard, or seat can signal it's time for tire balancing. You may also want to have your tires balanced during a tire rotation, after a flat tire repair, or as part of your scheduled maintenance.  
    A tire balance is one of the best ways to maximize tire lifespan and ride comfort. It can also improve driving safety, since unbalanced tires can lead to steering wheel vibration. 
    Both contribute to a smoother ride, but tire balancing and alignment are different services. A tire balance corrects the weight imbalance on your tire and wheel assemblies, while an alignment corrects the angles of the tires so that they come into contact with the road in just the right way.  

    Why We Recommend This

    Dust, debris, rain, and snow can cloud more than your day. They can also cloud your line of sight. Wiper blades keep your windshield clear—helping you stay safer on the road. Replace windshield wipers every 6-12 months or any time you notice a change in visibility, such as a streaky windshield. 

    What's Included

    A technician will evaluate the condition of your wiper blades and check your windshield wiper fluid level. We'll remove your old windshield wipers and install new ones, plus refill your windshield wiper fluid. 

    We carry the best, because you deserve the best. TRICO® has been in the wiper blade business for more than 100 years and offers some of the most technologically advanced windshield wipers available. Our technicians can help you select the right replacement blade for your vehicle today. 
    Premium beam blades feature a slanted design that allows them to apply even pressure to a greater surface area of your windshield. They're built to go the extra mile, even in difficult road conditions. Expect these wipers to perform better than your average wiper blade.
    Conventional blades are standard wiper blades, but don't let the word "conventional" fool you. These wipers are made with high-quality steel and precision-cut rubber to help you see clearly, whether you're commuting or road-tripping. Expect these wipers to meet or exceed your vehicle manufacturer standards.

    Why We Recommend This

    A flat or leaking tire can leave you stranded on the side of the road or even worse, contribute to situation where you lose control while driving. Take care of flat or leaking tires as early as possible to extend tire lifespan and ensure your tire doesn't leave you stranded.

    What's Included

    Repair or replace? If you're not sure if your flat tire can be fixed head to Firestone Complete Auto Care. We've been manufacturing and installing tires since 1926, and we'll give you our honest, straightforward recommendations based on safety, performance, and cost considerations.

    Even if your car tire doesn't appear to be flat