Make sure your Audi is ready for spring with these services

Spring is right around the corner, and at our Burlingame service center we want to make sure your Audi is ready for the next season. While we don't have an extreme seasonal change in Palo Alto to contend with like some parts of the country, there are things to keep in mind when servicing your luxury vehicle this time of the year.

Popular Spring Services

Tire Replacements: winter for us means rain, which is why it's important to have good tires to help you avoid hydroplaning when you're commuting home to San Mateo. If you're noticing that your tires are starting to wear, come in now to get them changed out, even if we're heading into the drier months. Another reason you might need a tire replacement or an alignment is if you hit a big pothole while driving in San Francisco.

Tire Rotations: if your tire tread is still holding up, come in to get a tire rotation. This will help encourage even wear so that you can have your tires longer.

Wiper Replacements: just like your tire rubber starts to wear, so do your wiper blades. If you've been struggling to see as clearly as you could when driving your Audi during a rain shower, have us install a new set when you come in for scheduled service.

Rack Updates: if you love skiing and riding and spending long weekends out in Yosemite during the winter, now is the time to take the ski rack off your Audi. This will help your fuel ratings and reduce highway noise. If you don't partake in winter sports but you enjoy biking or being on the water, consider ordering a bike or kayak rack for your Audi, and we can install it.

For more tips on getting your Audi ready for spring, contact our service center or go ahead and schedule an appointment so we can take excellent care of your luxury vehicle. Don't forget to visit our service specials page to see if you can save on your visit.

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