No matter how well they’re made, cars are bound to have problems with their design or manufacturing. Think of all the moving parts. When the government thinks a problem is really serious, they require the vehicle manufacturer to issue recall notices to Reno residents and to fix the affected cars free of charge. The vehicle manufacturer then tries to contact all Reno motorists who own that type of car so they can have it taken care of at their Reno service center.
To find out if your car has any recall issues, give us a call:
225 Telegraph Street Reno, Nevada 89502
These recalls always affect safety, so Reno motorists would be wise to take them seriously. It’s really easy to find out if a vehicle is being recalled. For links to government sites, look in the AutoNetTV website.
Other website include: carfax.com; autobytel.com; and dmv.org. All of these sites have free recall searches.
Recalls are pretty serious for Reno auto owners and don’t happen all that often. But sometimes cars have less serious problems that Reno auto owners still might want to know about. For these less serious cases, manufacturers issue what is known as a Technical Service Bulletin – or TSB. These bulletins tell Reno service centers (including Automotion) how to repair a problem that occurs frequently or is especially difficult.
Your Reno service advisor receives updated information through subscription plans, which are sometimes available in consumer versions too. Reno auto owners can buy access to these for an annual fee.
Whatever your source, pay attention to Reno vehicle recalls to keep you and your passengers safe.