Bob's Discount Muffler & Brake

Bob's Discount Muffler & Brake
Bob's Discount Muffler & Brake offers Muffler Repair services in San Diego CA.

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Bob's Discount Muffler & Brake has an overall ZapScore of 64. This means that Bob's Discount Muffler & Brake has a higher ZapScore than 64% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in San Diego, California is 40 and in the category is 67. Learn more about ZapScore.

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When the weather warms up and the days get longer, the open road seems to call your name. Whether you are going 3 hours away or are gearing up for a cross-country excursion, before you load up the trunk, you will need to make sure you car is ready for the road. Those who forgo a brief mechanical check over before taking to the highway are putting themselves at risk of being stranded. Here are a few preventative measures to take to ensure safe travels! Check your oil From the comfort of your driveway, check your oil levels and the date you’re due for an oil change. In your car manual, you will find a manufacturer-recommended oil change interval listed. If you are close to what’s listed, take your car in to be serviced. If you are traveling a long distance, pulling a trailer or traveling in hot weather, consider opting to use synthetic oil. This oil will give you extra protection against thermal breakdowns and it will also cut friction losses in the engine. Synthetic motor oil will also bump up your fuel economy, which will help you save money on a long trip.

Before you go on your 4th of July Road Trip - Check your Brakes! Brakes are a normal wear item for any car and eventually they’re going to need to be replaced. For routine maintenance, check your vehicle’s braking system at least once a year. A thorough inspection should include brake lining wear, brake fluid level, rotor thickness, condition of hoses and brake lines, brake and dash warning lights, as well as taking the car for a test drive to detect other potential brake system problems. If your car is pulling to the left or right, or if you hear odd noises when you apply the brakes, you should inspect your brakes. Other warning signs include an illuminated brake warning light, brake grabbing, low pedal feel, vibration, hard pedal feel and squealing.