Does your fleet have vehicles equipped with four-wheel or all-wheel drive? More and more, companies are moving towards vehicles equipped with one or the other - they’re safer and more useful, particularly in inclement weather or less than ideal conditions. If your fleet is powered by all four wheels, National Brake & Muffler in Griffin, GA has you covered.
If you drive a diesel vehicle, it’s because you know that quality matters. At National Brake & Muffler in Griffin, GA, we built our reputation on quality. We chose to work on quality products because it’s something that we ourselves believe in, and strive for daily.
Fuel Systems are particularly important on diesel trucks, whether you drive a Ford, Chevrolet, or Dodge pickup. At National Brake & Muffler in Griffin, GA, fuel system maintenance and repair is a service we prioritize, since we know how essential a reliable fuel system is.
Your car’s radio and headlights, plus a slew of other important functions, are powered by an electrical current generated by your vehicle’s engine. A vital part of generating electricity is having a place to store it while it’s not being used. This is where your car battery comes into play. The battery of your vehicle holds electrical energy while the car is off in order to help the engine turn over and create a spark to start internal combustion. Without a working battery, your car will not be able to start. If you allow our team here at National Brake & Muffler to perform proper maintenance, an average car battery can start your car reliably for roughly four years.
Everyone from mechanics, to your uncle that works on cars, has at some point given you advice concerning engine oil. The fact of the matter is that while we are familiar with words like “synthetic” and “oil weight,” many people don’t know exactly what the terminology means, or why common knowledge about oil exists in the form that it does. At National Brake & Muffler in Griffin, GA, we keep things clear and simple. The more you know about your vehicle, the better equipped you are to keep it maintained, and we know a thing or two about vehicles. We have compiled a short list of common myths for you, most of which you’ve heard, but maybe never second guessed.