fleet maintenance

Why Choose National Transmissions for Your Fleet Maintenance?

Keeping up with maintenance for each vehicle in your fleet can be challenging, but with National Transmissions and Auto Care Centers, it’s easy to keep up with your fleet’s service needs. We consolidate all maintenance and repairs to create a “one stop shop” where all of your vehicles can be fully serviced without the need for transporting vehicles between several vendors. Why choose National Transmissions and Auto Care Centers for your fleet maintenance needs? Here’s why:

Experience

Since 1983, National Transmissions and Auto Care Centers has been providing excellent customer service and quality auto repair and transmission services. Our expert technicians are certified by the independent, non-profit National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence and receive regular training to keep up with the latest technological advancements in the industry.

One Stop Shop

Our full-service fleet management programs take care of all of your maintenance needs. From regularly scheduled service to emergency vehicle repairs, National Transmissions and Auto Care Centers handles everything. This consolidation of all maintenance and repairs is an effective and hassle-free way to make sure your fleet always runs smoothly.

Quick Turnaround

At National Transmissions and Auto Care Centers, we understand that time is a commodity for you. This is why we work hard to make sure your vehicles are taken care of and back on the road as soon as possible. From preventative services to major repairs, you can depend on our experience and state-of-the-art technology to get your vehicles working as soon as possible.

Boost Productivity

Our fleet maintenance services keep your vehicles out of the shop and on the road. National Transmissions’ outsourced fleet management solution provides quality service both in a timely manner and at a competitive price. Our experienced technicians are certified and trained to perform all of your vehicle’s maintenance and mechanical repairs.

Trusted in the Community

National Transmissions and Auto Care Centers is the most trusted fleet management provider in South Florida. Our clients continue to use our services because we consistently take care of their vehicles in-house with our state-of-the-art technology and equipment. Some of our valued clients include Florida Highway Patrol, Xfinity/Comcast, the City of Delray Beach, and South Florida Water Management District.

Protect Your Fleet with National Transmissions

National Transmissions and Auto Care Centers is dedicated to providing fast, reliable service to get your fleet drivers back on the road as soon as possible. Our team of skilled technicians is here to assist you with all your fleet maintenance needs, from preventative maintenance to major repairs. To discover how our services can help you, contact National Transmissions and Auto Care Centers today or visit one of our three locations across Palm Beach County.

West Palm Beach: (561) 530-4497
Boynton Beach: (561) 737-7551 | (561) 737-6073

Oil change

The Importance of Regular Oil Changes

We always hear about how important regular oil changes are for our vehicles, but we’ve all probably waited a little too long to get an oil change at least once or twice. With busy schedules, it’s all too easy to prioritize other tasks over getting our car’s oil changed. However, it’s important to understand exactly what happens to your car when you don’t get regular oil changes.

Why Do We Have to Get Oil Changes?

Your engine’s oil needs to be changed for several reasons. First, due to its high operating temperatures, engine oil undergoes thermal breakdown. When this happens, the oil can’t function well as a lubricant. Effective lubricants are necessary for vehicles because, without them, parts of the engine rub together and can wear out over time.

In addition, your vehicle’s engine oil gets contaminated over time. Oil serves an important purpose in your car: it cools the engine, cleans, seals, and lubricates. When the oil is dirty and old from constantly flushing the engine out, it becomes unable to function properly.

Finally, we have to change the oil because our vehicles burn it up over time. If you wait too long to change the oil, it is possible for your car to burn up all the oil resulting in engine damage.

What Happens When You Delay Oil Changes?

If you don’t keep up with regular oil changes, your engine won’t last as long as it could. Because oil serves many essential functions in your car, you must change the oil to keep it clean and working effectively. Not changing your vehicle’s oil puts additional strain on your engine and can cause long-term damage. Although you may not experience any immediate problems, it’s important to know that not changing your oil regularly ultimately results in long-term damage to your engine.

Getting an oil change is a simple and inexpensive component of vehicle maintenance that protects you against having to spend thousands of dollars later to repair your engine. According to AutoMD, the number one mistake car owners make is neglecting their fluids and not doing simple preventative maintenance like oil changes.

How Often Does My Car Need an Oil Change?

How often you need to get your car’s oil changed depends on a variety of factors including how often you drive and the typical driving conditions (i.e. weather). When deciding when to schedule your oil change, it is best to check your owner’s manual, which will provide recommendations from the manufacturer. Mileage numbers from manufacturers can range anywhere from 3,000 to 10,000 miles. National Transmissions and Auto Care Centers usually suggests getting an oil and filter change around the 5,000-mile range.

Your Palm Beach County Auto Care Professionals

Our team of skilled technicians at National Transmissions and Auto Care Centers is here to assist you with all your car maintenance needs, from repairs to preventative maintenance. To make things a little easier for you, we also offer free vehicle pickup and delivery. If you have any questions about our services, contact us today.

West Palm Beach Center: 561-530-4497
Boynton Beach Center: 561-737-7551 (3rd St.)
561-737-6073 (Congress Ave.)

Brake Repair National Transmission

Why Your Car Needs a Brake Repair

Besides regular oil changes and tire rotation, it is necessary to make sure your car’s brakes are working properly. Unfortunately, your car’s brakes will not work forever, and that’s why after years or miles of driving your car, the brakes may give way and increase your chances of an accident. Here is what you need to know about getting a brake repair.

Why Brake Repairs Matter

The brakes on your car are one of the most important features of your car’s functionality.
It’s simple if your car can’t stop, you’re going to crash. Instead of causing an accident you’re better off repairing your brakes, so you can be safe and not cause any damage to your car.
We’ve listed some steps and signs that you should pay attention to so you know when a brake repair is necessary for your car.

Monitor Your Brakes with Regular Check Ups

You cannot plan when your brakes will need a repair. This is not something that has to be done every three months but happens over time. When your car gets an oil change, it is best to ask your local professional mechanic how your brakes are looking.

How You Drive Your Car

The way you drive your vehicle has a huge impact on the life of your brakes. If you brake hard or stop short often, your brake pads will wear down faster than someone braking softly. Also, the quality of the current brakes you have on your car also impact their durability.

Signs to Know When You Need a Repair

Even with regular maintenance, some signs will signal that your brakes need to be fixed.
The first sign is if the car doesn’t respond when the brakes are pressed or respond slower than normal.
The second sign is the brake pedal may also pulse when you push down to stop.
The third and most noticeable is when there is squeaking or scraping sounds when you press on your brakes.

Brake Repair in Palm Beach County

Here at National Transmissions & Auto Care Centers, our team wants to make sure your brakes are working to their best capability. We offer free pickup, delivery, and towing with most repairs. Not only do we specialize in a number of automotive services such as oil changes but we also offer fleet maintenance for all your auto maintenance needs.
Don’t wait until it’s too late! For more information on tire rotations, tire maintenance, and repair services, give us a call today or visit one of our three shops located in Palm Beach County.

Tire Balance and Wheel Alignment

The Difference Between a Tire Balance and a Wheel Alignment

Is there a difference between a tire balancing and a wheel alignment? The answer is yes! Although both deal with the tires on your car, they are two very different services.

It is always good to know what services need to happen to your car. Unless you are a mechanic, you may not know the different services that need to be done. Let’s look at the differences between a tire balancing and a wheel alignment.

Tire Balance

Over time, while driving, your tire start to lose balance. Tread wear causes the distribution of weight around the tire to change. If you think you need your tires balanced, you will feel the care shaking or a vibration from your tires.

When you get your tires balanced, the technician will use a calibrated spin balancer to test for static and dynamic balance. This service should be done every six months or every 5000-6000 miles.

Wheel Alignment

A wheel alignment is also known as a “tire alignment”. 90% of cars built today takes a “4Wheel Alignment”. If you need an alignment, you will start to notice that your car will pull to either side or when you have an uneven wear on your tires. This service should be done every 10,000 miles.

The process includes adjustments to the angle of the car’s wheel to its original position. The technician inspects the tire tread for signs of poor alignment. They will also check the toe, camber, and caster to measure wheel orientation.

Quality Auto Care and Maintenance

Car maintenance can cost a lot of time and money, but neglecting to maintain your car is even worse. Remember per Benjamin Franklin “One ounce of prevention is worth a pound cure”. Call National Transmissions & Auto Care Centers and let our skilled technicians help you sort out all your car maintenance concerns.

They’ve been certified by both Automotive Service Excellence and Automatic Transmission Service Group, the two premier certification groups in the automotive repair field. So you know you’re being taken care of by someone you can trust.

For more information, contact us at:

West Palm Beach: (561) 530-4497

Boynton Beach: (561) 737-7551 & (561) 737-6073

Auto Care: Your New Years Resolution

new years resolution car maintenance It’s that time of year again when we start making promises to ourselves for the new year. Here’s a New Years resolution we can all afford to make: to take better care of our cars.

Some people believe that skipping the car wash and procrastinating regular auto tune-ups is saving them money. That couldn’t be farther from the truth. The reality is that practicing proper auto care ensures your car’s life expectancy and protects its value, saving money in the long run. This month, the experts at National Transmissions and Auto Care Centers bring you three ways to take better care of your car in 2017.

1. Keep the Outside (and the Inside!) Clean

A dirty car isn’t just aesthetically unpleasant, did you know that excess dirt and grime can actually be damaging your car? That’s right, dirt, dust, bird droppings, and other pollutants build up over time and act like sandpaper on the surface of your vehicle, stripping down your vehicle’s finish and paint job and exposing your car to rust.

It’s important to set aside a couple of hours each week to wash and wax your vehicle. Don’t have the time to wash your car by hand? Run it through a car wash on your way home from work.

Don’t forget to clean the interior! Toss out any trash, wipe down your seats with leather or upholstery cleaner and vacuum all floor mats and carpets.

2. Proper Tire Care is Key

Did you know that practicing correct tire maintenance can save you money? Correct tire pressure will improve your fuel efficiency and extend the usable life of your tires, so you don’t have to replace them as frequently.

If it’s been a while since you inspected your tires, check for any visual signs of wear, use a tire pressure gauge to check air pressure, and examine your tires’ tread depth. To find the correct air pressure for your vehicle, refer to the owner’s manual or the tire placard attached to the vehicle door edge. As a rule, if tread depth is less than 2/32 inch, then your tires are bald and should be replaced immediately.

3. Practice Auto Regular Maintenance and Tune-ups

Prevent long term auto damage and safety risks with preventative car maintenance. Ask your mechanic to check your engine, transmission, brakes, brake pads and change your filters, oil, and other fluids as advised. Oil should be changed every three months or 3,000 miles. Filters can be changed every three years or 30,000 miles. If you drive a lot or drive on unpaved roads often,

Find a reliable auto care center in your area and take your car in for regular tune-ups to ensure all parts are in working order.

Your Palm Beach County Auto Care Experts

Have questions? Looking for local car maintenance in Palm Beach County? Contact the auto care experts at National Transmissions and Auto Care Center. We have three convenient locations across Boynton Beach and West Palm Beach.

Did we mention we offer free pickup and delivery on all vehicles and a free tow in with most repairs? Give us a call today.

West Palm Beach office: 561-530-4497

Boynton Beach Office: 561-737-7551 (3rd st)
561-737-6073 (Congress Ave.)

winter car maintenance tips

How to Get Your Car Winter Ready

Winter is almost here which means, like most people, you’re probably preparing to spend the holidays with your loved ones. For most of us, that means traveling by car.

While most modern vehicles are designed to handle inclement weather conditions, winter’s unpredictable weather conditions present several safety concerns. So, before you hit the road, make sure your vehicle is winter-ready with these winter auto care tips from the experts at National Transmissions and Auto Care Centers.

Check Your Battery

A dead battery is the most common cause of auto breakdowns. Be sure to get your battery checked by a professional so your holiday travels aren’t suddenly interrupted by a faulty battery.

Due to the change in temperature, your vehicle’s ability to accept a charge decreases, so the battery doesn’t recharge as quickly as you drive. Seat heaters, lights, defrosters, car heaters, and windshield wipers are used more frequently during the winter season, also causing your battery to work harder.

Ensure that your battery is working properly by making sure you have enough charge left in your battery before you depart for vacation. You can do this at home by using nationa voltmeter, or your local mechanic can run a battery test and check your battery fluid for you.

Replace or Refill Fluids

If you are traveling up north during the holiday season, it is wise to check all of your car’s fluid levels including:

  • Coolant- make sure you have the correct antifreeze/water ratio to keep fluid from freezing in your radiator.
  • Oil- if you will be visiting a state where temperatures are below freezing, speak with your mechanic about switching to a thinner oil.
  • Wiper fluid- keep your windshield clear by keeping your windshield wiper fluid level full. For best results, use freeze resistant wiper fluid.

Consider Your Tire Pressure and Tread

Don’t forget about your tires! Air contracts as it cools, meaning tire pressure changes with fluctuations in temperature. As a general rule, your tire pressure will drop one to two PSI for every ten-degree decrease in temperature.

Avoid safety issues due to under inflated tires. Proper tire pressure will also help you achieve the ultimate gas mileage, performance, and traction for your vehicle. Refer to your vehicle’s manual to find the correct tire pressure information for your car and check your PSI in the mornings for the most accurate reading.

Your Palm Beach County Auto Care Professionals

Is your car ready for your upcoming winter travels? Prepare your vehicle for cold temperatures and unpredictable weather conditions with an auto tune up from National Transmissions and Auto Care Centers.

Our team of skilled technicians are here to assist you with all your car maintenance needs, from vehicle repairs to preventative maintenance. Call National Transmissions and Auto Care Centers today and discover what our repair and maintenance services can do for you, or visit one of our three locations across Palm Beach County.

Have questions? Need repair? Give us a call or and ask about our free tow-ins and other specials!

West Palm Beach: (561) 530-4497

Boynton Beach: (561) 737-7551
(561) 737-6073

oil change

Tips to Consider When Getting an Oil Change

Automobiles are constantly evolving through technological advancements that serve to improve their stamina. However, no matter how innovative they become, cars still require regular service to keep the its engine working safely and efficiently.

A big role that keeps your car running properly at full power is your car’s engine oils. This is why it is important that motor oils, auto fluids, and filters are tended to in a timely manner.

This month, we gathered a few helpful tips to consider when getting an oil change:

Car Oil Schedule: Manual or Automatic?

When scheduling oil services for your car, the first step is to always reference to your owner’s manual. There you will find specific recommendations from the manufacturer that will give you a mileage range based on driving conditions. Weather and distance are factors generally taken into consideration.

Understand the specifications unique to how often you use your car. This will give you a good idea on when to perform certain services, such as oil changes, for your car.

General mileage numbers from manufacturers vary between 3,000 to 10,000 miles. National Transmissions and Auto Repair Centers typically recommends getting an oil and filter change in the 5,000-mile range. This may be just about early or late for some, but we’ve found that this average is just right for the majority of vehicles.

For older cars, you will likely have to manually rely on mileage cut-offs recommended by the manufacturer. Several newer cars usually have automated systems installed that rely on sensors to alert you about your car’s oil levels.

No matter the edition of the vehicle, new or old, it is always important to follow the advice of your owner’s manual guidelines.

Selecting Specific Motor Oils

Motor oil products are just another facet of the automotive world that continue to improve with time. Engine performance principally relies on fresh quality oils, and so it is important to know what kind of oils are needed for an oil change.

It’s always a good idea to reference back to your owner’s manual to gain knowledge over your car’s needs. Conventional, high mileage, synthetic blend, and full synthetic oils are all options that should be selected with adequate understanding over their potency.

Synthetic motor oils are a popular choice for high output, high mileage vehicles, turbocharged or supercharged engines, vehicles that are used for towing (especially during hot weather), or vehicles that are operated in extremely cold or hot climates.

Though more expensive than mineral-based motor oils, synthetic motor oils can also improve fuel economy and provide longer intervals between changes.

Prolong Your Car Engine’s Life

Oil changes serve many crucial functions, and fresh filters and clean oils perform those functions when they are maintained properly. If neglected, old oil can build up and turn to sludge that can damage your engine, costing you more money in the long run.

Preventative maintenance is one of the best ways for you save money and prolong the life of your car. This involves regular oil changes and replacing your car’s fuel filter recommended by your vehicle’s owner’s manual. This will help ensure dependable, trouble-free performance and longevity of your engine.

By avoiding regular preventative maintenance, you’re likely going to pay for it later down the line. This is why it is also suggested to give your vehicle extra attention during an oil change service.

Contact the Professionals at National Transmissions & Auto Care Centers

Call National Transmissions & Auto Care Centers and let our skilled technicians help you sort out all your car maintenance concerns.

Our team is fully certified by Automotive Service Excellence and Automatic Transmission Service Group, the two premier certification groups in the automotive repair field. As your local auto repair and maintenance professionals, we are committed to providing high-quality service our clients trust.
To learn more about our full-service auto repair and maintenance solutions, contact National Transmissions & Auto Care Centers today or stop by one of our three locations in Palm Beach County.

West Palm Beach: (561) 530-4497
Boynton Beach: (561) 737-7551 & (561) 737-6073

auto care

4 Ways to Find a Quality Car Mechanic

Finding a car mechanic you can trust for high quality auto repair and maintenance is a journey that most of us take a lifetime in achieving. It’s no easy feat, and starting down that road can be daunting. Here are four tips to help you find the right car mechanic that fits your needs.

1. Test Them with A Small Job First

One way to gauge a possible future relationship with a mechanic is to first take your car in for a small or cosmetic repair that you know the absolute upward limit of how much it should cost.

If the mechanic fixes it for free or with a minimal fee, you know you have a keeper. But if he comes back with a price that’s clearly inflated, it’s probably better to look elsewhere.

2. Read the Reviews

In today’s day and age, almost every mechanic or repair shops should have dozens of reviews attached to their name. A simple Google search will serve you well, but if you want to dig a little deeper, Yelp, Angie’s List, and other online directories are a great place to find out what people are saying about your neighborhood mechanic.

3. Get Recommendations

While all those online resources are useful, the best recommendations still come from people you already know. Find someone among your friend or acquaintance group who has an interest in cars and ask them which mechanic they use.

Ideally, you’ll want to get in contact with another local mechanic or car professional they can trust. Because the nature of their work requires them to deal with cars a lot, they may have a better insight into how honest a mechanic is.

4. Become Engine Literate

The whole reason we take our cars to mechanics is because we don’t know or have time to repair them ourselves. That being said, when it comes to finding a good mechanic, it’s best to be at least somewhat car literate.

If you know at least a modicum of what the mechanic’s talking about you’re much more likely to be able to tell if they’re telling you the truth or just trying to rack up your charge.

National Transmissions & Auto Care Centers: The Palm Beach Mechanic You Can Trust

Here at National Transmissions & Auto Care Centers, we take pride in getting the job right. Our team is friendly and focused on getting your vehicle back on the road as soon as it can. No matter the unique needs of your vehicle, our team brings years of experience providing local Palm Beach County residents an affordable and convenient solution to auto repair and maintenance.

If you’re on the market for a high quality mechanic in Palm Beach County, trust the professionals at National Transmissions & Auto Care Centers. Visit one of our three shops conveniently located throughout Boynton Beach and West Palm Beach, or just call us and we’ll come to you and pick up your vehicle! For fast and professional service you can depend on, call National Transmissions & Auto Care Centers to schedule an appointment today.
Boynton Beach 3rd St.:
(561) 737-7551
Boynton Beach Congress Ave.:
(561) 737-6073
West Palm Beach:
(561) 530-4497

5 Signs Your Car Needs Brake Repair

5 Signs Your Car Needs Brake Repair

5 Signs Your Car Needs Brake Repair

It can easily be argued that your car’s brakes play the most important role in driving. When it comes to auto repair and maintenance, a well-maintained brake system is crucial to your safety and the safety of other drivers.

With that said, it is even more important that you know the signs of failing brakes so that they can have them repaired immediately to keep you and your passengers safe. Here are five common signs that your vehicle needs brake repair.

Your brakes squeal when applied.

Brakes are designed to squeal or screech to let you know that the brake pads are getting low. This involves a tiny mechanism that creates a shrill noise, which stops when brakes are applied. This is typically the first sign of brake failure.

If your vehicle’s brakes squeal when applied, contact your mechanic immediately before the problem gets worse.

Your car vibrates when brakes are applied.

If you feel shaking, vibrating or other abnormal motion when you apply your brakes, there is a high chance that you have warped rotors, which is the part of the wheel where the brake pads are responsible for slowing your vehicle. Warped rotors will greatly impact the effectiveness of your vehicle’s stopping power.

You hear howling or grinding noise when braking.

This is likely to happen when you have little to no brake pads left, causing metal to grind on metal.
If you hear howling or grinding noises, it is likely that you will need to replace your rotors or drums along with the pads in order to restore the braking power of your vehicle to its factory condition.

Your brake pedal is soft.

If it takes more distance for you to push your brake pedal down to feel a response than when your brakes are new, it may be a sign that your vehicle’s brakes are worn down. However, this could also be a red flag for a more serious issue with the brake system, such as low brake fluid or an air in the brake lines.

Your car pulls to one side when braking.

If you hit your brakes and your car swerves to one side of the road, it is probable that there is something wrong with your vehicle’s brake system. Warning signs include a collapsed brake hose, uneven wear on the brake pads or impurities in the brake fluid.

Brake Problems? Call National Transmissions & Auto Care Centers Today

If you experience any of the warning signs above, it is important that you repair your vehicle as soon as possible. For local auto repair and maintenance services, contact the professionals at National Transmissions & Auto Care Centers today and our team will provide a full-inspection of your brakes and vehicle. No matter your auto repair and maintenance needs, our team is here to help.

For high quality brake repair and auto maintenance in Palm Beach and northern Broward Counties, trust the experts at National Transmissions & Auto Care Centers.

To learn more about what our auto repair and maintenance services can do for you, contact us today. Visit one of our three shops conveniently located throughout Boynton Beach and West Palm Beach, Florida, or just call us and we’ll come to you and pick up your vehicle! For fast and professional services you can depend on, call National Transmissions & Auto Care Centers.

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5 Easy Tire Maintenance Tips

5 Easy Tire Maintenance Tips to Stay Safe On the Road

Considering that tires are the only part of a car to make direct contact with the road, it’s no surprise that they are one of the most crucial components of any vehicle. However, not all drivers take the time to practice good tire safety.

Not only is neglecting your tires hazardous to your vehicle and other drivers on the road, but did you know that it can cost you more money in the long run? Improper tire maintenance often leads to lower fuel efficiency and a shorter lifespan for your tires. As a driver, you want to make sure that you are regularly checking your tires in order to extend their life and save on gas.

Taking great care of your tires does not need to be complicated or time-consuming. By simply following these five easy tire maintenance tips, you can avoid a potential problem with your tires.

Tip #1: Regularly Check Your Tire Pressure

Having the proper tire pressure is a crucial safety concern for drivers. Under inflation can cause wear to the sides of your tires while over inflation leads to faster wear and can increase your chances of having a blowout on the road.

Because air is constantly leaking out of your tires, we recommend checking your tire pressure often. Ideally, drivers should check their tire pressure weekly, or at least once a month.

How is tire pressure measured? Tire pressure is measured in pounds per square inch, or PSI. Ideal PSI varies slightly for vehicle to vehicle but you can typically find the recommended PSI for your car in your driver’s manual.

So, how do I measure my PSI? You will need a tire pressure gauge to do this. Tire pressure gauges are inexpensive, compact gadgets that can be found at most gas stations and auto shops. It is a smart idea to buy one of your own and keep it in your car for your convenience.

Tip #2: Check Tread Wear

Treads are the grooves in your tires that provide traction and grip while you drive. Much like shoe soles that get slippery over time, your tires can also lose their ability to grip the road as their treads wear. This can result in hydroplaning and other driving hazards, especially during severe weather conditions.

Checking your tire tread only takes a few minutes, but is a crucial step for maintaining your tires and your safety. We recommend checking tire tread wear monthly and replacing your tires once tread depth is 4/32”.

Tip #3: Balance and Align

Did you know that tires can become easily misaligned due to road conditions, potholes, curbs and even speed bumps?

When tires are not aligned properly, a number of problems can arise including uneven tread wear, reduced fuel efficiency, and drifting in one direction. Not only will routine wheel alignment help keep you safe and guarantee a longer life for your tires, it will also make for a smoother, more comfortable ride.

We recommend having your tires balanced and aligned by an auto care professional yearly or every 20,000 miles, as well as every time that you install new tires.

Tip #4: Don’t Forget to Rotate Your Tires

Much like the rest of your car, tires can be expensive when they need repair or replacement.

Tires tend to wear unevenly when you drive. However, by performing regular tire rotations, you can help maintain an even amount of tread wear on all four of your tires. This is another great way to ensure a longer lifespan for your tires.

Generally, it is recommended that you see an auto care professional for a tire rotation around every 5,000 to 8,000 miles, but you should

Tip #5: Know Your Tire Size

Vehicles can only accommodate certain tire sizes, so drivers should be knowledgeable about their vehicle’s specific tire size requirements to avoid potential problems due to ill-fitting tires.

Finding your car’s tire size should be fairly easy. You can find your tire size listed on the driver’s door or on the tires themselves. If you still can’t locate your tire size information, refer to your car’s manual or consult your auto care professional for guidance.

Quality Auto Care and Maintenance in Palm Beach

Have a question about your tires or any other car maintenance services? Our team wants to help. Feel free to contact the friendly, skilled technicians at National Transmissions and Auto Care Centers. We have three convenient locations across Palm Beach County in Boynton Beach and West Palm Beach.

At National Transmissions & Auto Care Centers, we offer FREE pickup and delivery on all vehicles, and free tow in with most repairs. Experience the National Transmissions & Auto Repair Center difference when you give us a call today!


To learn more about what the National Transmissions team can do for you, contact us at:
West Palm Beach: 561-530-4497
Boynton Beach/3rd St.: 561-737-7551
Boynton Beach/Congress Ave: 561-737-6073