Keep your vehicle performing at its best with regular car maintenance. Advanced technologies, such as the Oil Life System (OLS), can help you stay well informed. The OLS calculates oil deterioration and indicates when your vehicle is due for an oil change. There are a number of excellent resources, including your Owner’s Manual, OnStar Advanced Diagnostics e-mails*, and more, to help keep regular car maintenance simple and straightforward.
For expert advice, visit the Certified Service expert technicians. They can help recommend the right maintenance schedule for your vehicle, based on your driving conditions. In most cases, the Certified Service experts will perform a Multi-Point Vehicle Inspection with your maintenance visit. This thorough inspection of your vehicle may indicate the need for a more in-depth auto repair, including brake service, engine repair, transmission repair, and/or collision work. With the purchase or lease of many new Chevy, Buick, GMC, or Cadillac vehicles, a certain number of maintenance visits are now included, for a period of time, such as scheduled oil changes.
Maintaining your vehicle has never been easier with a certain number of maintenance visits now included in the purchase or lease of select vehicles, for a period of time. Scheduled oil changes, tire rotations, and thorough Mulit-Point Vehicle Inspections are performed by our Certified Service expert technicians. Also, take advantage of benefits such as 24-Hour Roadside Assistance, Courtesy Transportation, and the Powertrain Limited Warranty coverage to give you confidence on the road.
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Your Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, or Cadillac comes equipped with advanced technology and parts. So when it comes to auto maintenance, your vehicle deserves the same level of expert care. Visit our Certified Service Auto Maintenance FAQ page and learn more about caring for your vehicle.
Keep your vehicle performing at its best by performing factory-scheduled maintenance at your dealership. Follow the intervals specified in your vehicle's Owner Manual when your mileage or Oil Life Monitor indicates maintenance is required. You can also visit the GM Owner Center to learn about your vehicle’s specific maintenance schedule, brake service, warranty status, service history, and more.
*Visit onstar.com for details and system limitations.