at 6638 Doolittle Ave, Riverside, 92503 United States
Land Rover and BMW service and repairs, and for the occasional class "C" motorhome lift and conversions (yes, we do those hear too)
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CAR CARE TIP: Summer heat can speed up the chemical reaction inside a battery, causing the battery to be overcharged. This can dramatically shorten the lifespan of your battery. Heat can also damage the battery by evaporating internal battery fluid The best way to keep your battery running smoothly is to keep it clean. Regularly detach the battery cables and wipe off the terminals. Make sure the battery is strapped down tightly and that all connections are secure. If you suspect that your battery is being overcharged or isn't holding a charge well, take it to Inland Rovers, Inc., where we can run a quick battery inspection. And if you need to replace the battery, make sure that it's the right battery type for your specific make and model of car.
Car Care Tip: Get Regular Checkups Find a repair shop and mechanic you trust. “And let that shop service your car all the time,” When you get sick you don’t go to a different doctor every time! Your doctor knows you from top to bottom, inside and out.” A good mechanic will get to know your car and look over it the same way!
Care Car Tip: Lighten up your key chain! Does your car key share a chain with a dozen or more other keys? That’s a pretty heavy load hanging off the car key when it’s in the ignition.The weight, combined with bouncing while you drive, can wear out the tumblers inside the ignition and eventually lead to ignition switch failure.To add years of service to your ignition switch, purchase a lightweight key chain that allows you to separate your ignition key from the others. Drive with only the ignition key in your ignition. If your ignition key “sticks” when you try to turn on the car, it’s a warning that your ignition switch is about to fail. Replace it before you get stranded.
We are in the process of updating and redoing our lobby, and we are looking for customers to submit their best high resolution pictures of their Land Rovers, and BMW's. The best ones that will be chosen will end up framed and in our lobby. Please submit all pictures to: firstname.lastname@example.org Looking forward to seeing all of them!
"The bitterness of poor quality is remembered, long after the sweet taste of low price that has faded from memory" ~Aldo Gucci
Car care tip: A vehicle’s heating, ventilating and air conditioning system (HVAC) keeps the interior cabin comfortable in any season by providing the right temperature and humidity level. A thorough inspection should be performed annually and a typical A/C service consists of the following steps: 1. A service technician checks pressures to test operation, refrigerant charge and outlet temperatures. 2. If the system is found to be low on refrigerant, a leak test is performed to find the source of the leak. Keep in mind that if your vehicle is leaking refrigerant, it is damaging the ozone layer. Refrigerant may be added if necessary to “top off” the system, although some states do not allow “topping off.” 3. A/C service should also include a check of the compressor’s drive belt and tension.
Car care tip: Oil is the lifeblood of your car. It keeps hardworking engine parts running clean, smooth and cool. Most owner's manuals suggest that you change your oil and oil filter every 7,500 miles (12,070 kilometers). Oil change specialists suggest every 3,000 miles (4,828 kilometers) or three months. The fact is, most of us do a lot of heavy driving during the summer when an engine is more likely to overheat. So, at least check your oil before you head out on that road trip with the family.