Usually, a brake inspection is done by a certified, experienced professional who is trained to detect present and future problems regarding your brakes. He inspects, and sometimes adjusts your brakes for maximum performance. Sometimes, repairs are needed, so it is always the best policy to never allow an unauthorized technician to inspect and adjust your brakes. Only ask a certified, factory-authorized technician to inspect and adjust your brakes. Allowing an unauthorized technician to adjust your brakes can nullify your vehicle's warranty.
Ever wonder what your check engine light is for? Well, it's a way for your vehicle to send you a message loud and clear. It could indicate a number of issues, but normally, it doesn't necessarily mean something really expensive. It could even come on due to a change in humidity and will eventually go off. That's pretty rare though, so it's best not to wait and hope that that is the case. The longer you wait to get your car checked out, the more damage you are likely to cause in the meantime.
When it comes to performing routine maintenance and auto repairs here at our onsite service center, we're never one to bluff. What we mean by that is, in an effort to provide you and your Hyundai with the highest quality of care possible, we are committed to using only the genuine Hyundai parts and accessories intended for your exact automobile.