Everyone knows you should have your oil changed regularly, but a lot of drivers don’t even think about it until they see a warning light on their dashboard. The safe rule is to get an oil change every 3000 miles, but be sure to check your owner’s manual just in case. In the meantime, there’s no harm in getting your oil changed if you’re not sure, and your engine can suffer tremendous damage if you wait too long.
When you need an oil change, drop by AAMCO of Queensbury, New York. Our team of expert technicians will know exactly what to do to make sure your car is in the best shape possible. When you come in for an oil change, your service includes:
At AAMCO of Queensbury, we offer service above and beyond your regular oil change, so if there’s anything else your car needs, you won’t have to take it anywhere else. Our professional staff are more than just brake and transmission specialists. We have the tools and the know-how to analyze and repair whatever is necessary, so you can hit the road feeling safe and secure.
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December 21, 2015
As the national weather forecast starts to include the words ‘frost’, ‘freeze’ and ‘snow’ to describe the current weather conditions, the experts at AAMCO, the world’s largest chain of transmission specialists and leader in total car care, are offering the top six tips to help consumers prepare their vehicles for the harsh winter season ahead.
November 11, 2015
During the month of October, AAMCO of Pottsville Total Car Care & Repair participated in raising funds for a breast cancer vaccine as part of the "Brakes for Breasts" fundraiser.
May 19, 2015
HORSHAM, Pa.-AAMCO, the world’s largest chain of transmission specialists and leader in total car care, was proud to support Charity Vision in their goal to beat blindness which was highlighted Friday night in an epic fight night gala on May 15, 2015 in Salt Lake City.
Saturday, December 12, 2015
One recent AAMCO convert is Steve Epstein of Long Island. Steve’s daughter had the transmission go out in her ’91 Taurus and Steve called a number of transmission shops for advice.