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Your Denver Car Dealership Fib And Why You Don’t NEED your Dealer

Hi, there. I’m Saul Reisman here at Saul’s Autotek. Today, we’re going to talk a little bit about your Denver car and truck maintenance interval service.

Your vehicle and its owner’s manual will tell you that you need several different maintenance packages at different mileages accordingly, whether it says 30, 45, 60, 75, 100 thousand miles, and there’ll be different lists of automotive repair services that they expect you to get performed at your local dealership.

When you purchase your vehicle new, your Denver local car dealership will often tell you that these need to be performed at the dealership no matter what to maintain your warranty. That’s actually not true. Because we utilize products like CARFAX to be able to prove vehicle histories, we can guarantee that vehicle maintenance performed at Autotek will show appropriately and keep your warranty in check.

We’re going to be doing a short series about vehicle maintenance interval service, why it’s important, and why you shouldn’t be going to your dealership and paying a retail cost for it. Just wait to see what we’ve got next. We’ll talk to you about, whether it’s oil changes, air filters, or whatever other basics are in the maintenance interval so that we can keep you on the road as best as possible. Just wait to see what we’ve got coming next.

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Saul Reisman

Saul Reisman

Saul Reisman has been helping the residents of the Centennial State with their automotive needs for over ten years now. He finished his Associate Degree in Physics at the Community College of Denver. Saul is an active member of the Specialty Equipment Market Association and a board member of the Young Executives Network. He undergoes constant educational training through GMC, MOPAR, Ford, Snap-On, Borg-Warner, and Ozark Automotive, with an emphasis on diagnosis, repair, and improvement.

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