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Sheeler Auto Repair wants you to start a new and better year for you and your car in 2019

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For professional and personal service, bring your vehicle to Sheeler Auto for repairs and maintenance. They are conveniently located at 1908 S. O.B.T, on the same side and just past the Super Wal-Mart. Pictured above are, (l-r), owners Demetrios Vergos and Odysseus Vergos.

The New Year is finally upon everyone, and it’s time to start thinking about what you can do to take better care of your car (as well as enjoy it more) in the next 12 months.

You’ve all probably vowed to get healthier, walk more, eat locally, and so on and so forth. But have you ever made a resolution when it comes to caring for your car? The staff at Sheeler Auto Repair would like to encourage you to start 2019 with keeping your car healthy. Keep it simple with these New Year resolutions for your vehicle:

1 – Keep up with your car’s fluid changes
Oil, brake fluid, coolant, transmission, and other fluid changes are more than routine services. The prevention is worth its weight in gold when it comes to protecting your car.

2 – Check on your car’s tires and wheels
A little wobble or vibration is not a minor issue. It means either a tire, rim, or some part of your suspension is out of alignment. So please have all suspension and tire problems checked as soon as you can to avoid more costly repairs.

3 – Schedule regular check-ups for your car
Checkups identify signs of wear on your vehicle that may lead to a breakdown or component damage.

4 – Keep your car clean 

This is about more than aesthetics. Dirt and road grime can cause your car’s exterior to wear and lead to rust. Preserving the interior of your car is important too; for comfort and to ensure you maintain your car’s overall value.

5 – Address your car’s minor problems early
It’s easy to hear a strange noise in your vehicle and hope that it will go away. Unfortunately, this rarely happens. The potential consequences of ignoring problems can be catastrophic. A visit to the mechanic doesn’t have to be scary. Building a relationship with a car care service center you can trust is important.

6 – Don’t put off minor maintenance or needed repair work

Doing so can lead to larger problems and larger repair bills in the end. Fix what’s wrong and your car will last a lot longer. Car ownership should be fun, not a hassle. Staying on schedule with your vehicle maintenance takes minimal effort, but it’s worth every second.

7 – Quit texting while driving 

Far too many drivers have a habit of typing and sending texts while behind the wheel. With the New Year, it’s a good time to turn over a new leaf in this area, as it is extremely unsafe for you and others.

8 – Go somewhere new 

Though all of the above resolutions can help you enjoy your car more and keep you safe, they do require some work and some effort. So, make sure you also find some time to enjoy your vehicle by taking a road trip to some place you’ve never been.

Since 1998, the professionals at Sheeler Auto Repair have offered everything from minor preventative maintenance service to complete engine overhauls, rear end work, and everything in between.

When you bring your car for service, you will deal directly with the owners, brothers Demetrius and Odysseus Vergos. And, you won’t find a service manager working off bonuses and margins that usually are a result from employees being pressured by corporate executives to increase sales at all costs.

For your convenience, they offer customer pick-up and drop-off from home or office. Sheeler Auto Repair is open Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and they are open all day Saturday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. for the customers who cannot make it in during the workweek.

Call Sheeler Auto Repair today at 407-880-5784 to schedule your next maintenance check or repair service. They are conveniently located at 1908 S. Orange Blossom Trail, just minutes from Super Wal-Mart in Apopka.

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