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  1. San Diego’s automotive experts explain the benefits of regular wheel alignment service.

    6 Benefits of Wheel Alignment

    Owning a vehicle is a responsibility. Your car needs regular maintenance to ensure its performance is up to code. One such regularly needed maintenance service is wheel alignment. Even so, many people tend not to think about wheel alignment until …

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  2. Brake pedal in an automatic transmission vehicle. Brakes can be expertly serviced by Evans Tire and Service Centers.

    How to Help Your Brakes Last Longer

    A good set of brakes can help keep you, your passengers, and your car safe on the road. However, brake parts do not last forever. Your car brakes can last from 25,000 to 70,000 miles, depending on your driving habits and …

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  3. Evans Tire & Service Centers provides vehicle suspension services, including shocks and struts, to San Diego drivers.

    3 Reasons to Maintain Functional Shocks

    Shocks reduce and slow down the magnitude of vibrations. The kinetic energy changes into heat removed through the hydraulic fluid in the shocks. Shock absorbers on your car minimize the vibrational energy that reaches your vehicle and its occupants. Both …

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  4. An Evans Tire ASE-certified technician performs a conventional oil change service on a vehicle.

    6 Signs Your Car Needs an Oil Change

    Regular oil changes are essential to the efficiency of your car’s operations. Because the frequency of oil changes a car requires varies over time, you may not know when it is time for an oil change. When you are overdue …

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  5. Evans Tire & Service Centers offers tips on how to know when your vehicle needs a brake inspection.

    Signs That You Need a Brake Inspection

    Brakes are prone to wear out over time, and their lifespan depends on various factors — especially those that relate to how you take care of them and the state of the roads you drive. Your vehicle’s brakes require regular …

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