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Elk River Tire & Auto

690 Dodge Ave NW
Elk River, MN 55330

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Elk River Tire & Auto is committed to helping protect our environment.

And that means not only recycling all oils and fluids, but also taking care of your hybrid. Our technicians are specifically trained to care for your Toyota Prius, Honda Civic, Ford, Mercury or any other hybrid vehicle. Because of our exceptional hybrid training, we perform required tune-ups and auto maintenance—such as oil and filter changes, brake checks, and tire rotation—for hybrid vehicles even under warranty.

Elk River Tire & Auto Repair technicians are also trained to diagnose and repair mechanical problems, but not under warranty. If your hybrid cars needs repair and is still under warranty, it’s best to take it to the dealership. Hybrids need many of the same maintenance care that gasoline-powered vehicles do, such as for steering and suspension, tires, and brakes. But hybrid vehicles also need additional care. Here are some of the services Elk River Tire & Auto will provide:

  • Brake fluid check and brake efficiency check
  • Inverter and transmission cooling system check
  • Rear end oil change, if needed
  • High voltage battery filter check, if needed
  • High voltage connections check
  • All of our hybrid services meet manufacturers’ recommendations.

Check your owner’s manual for your vehicles specific automotive maintenance needs and call Elk River Tire & Auto for an appointment.

Keeping Your Vehicle in Tune with the Environment Car care is definitely a win-win situation.

Besides helping the environment, a properly maintained and operated vehicle will run more efficiently, will be safer, and will last longer-up to 50% longer, according to a survey of ASE-certified Master Auto Technicians. The following tips should put you on the road to environmentally conscious car care.

  • Keep your engine tuned. A misfiring spark plug can reduce fuel efficiency as much as 30%. Follow the service schedules listed in your owner's manual. Replace filters and fluids as recommended.
  • Check your tires for proper inflation. Under inflation wastes fuel-your engine has to work harder to push the vehicle. Wheels that are out-of-line (as evidenced by uneven tread wear or vehicle pulling) make the engine work harder, too. Properly maintained tires will last longer, meaning fewer scrap tires have to be disposed.
  • Keep your air conditioner in top condition and have it serviced only by a technician certified competent to handle/recycle refrigerants. Air conditioners contain CFCs-gases that have been implicated in the depletion of the ozone layer. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, almost one third of the CFCs released into the atmosphere come from mobile air conditioners; some simply leaks out, but the majority escapes during service and repair-so it's important to choose a qualified technician.
  • Do-it-yourselfers: dispose of used motor oil, anti-freeze/coolant, tires, and old batteries properly. Many repair facilities accept these items. Or call your local municipal or county government for recycling sites. Never dump used oil or anti-freeze on the ground or in open streams.
  • Observe speed limits. Mileage decreases sharply above 55 mph.
  • Drive gently. Avoid sudden accelerations and jerky stop-and-go's. Use cruise-control on open highways to keep your speed as steady as possible.
  • Avoid excessive idling. Shut off the engine while waiting for friends and family. Today's vehicles are designed to "warm up" fast, so forget about those five-minute warm ups on cold winter mornings.
  • Remove excess items from the vehicle. Less weight means better mileage. Store luggage/ cargo in the trunk rather than on the roof to reduce air drag.
  • Plan trips. Consolidate your daily errands to eliminate unnecessary driving. Try to travel when traffic is light to avoid stop-and-go conditions. Join a car pool. Remember, how your car runs, how you drive it, and how its fluids, old parts, and tires are disposed of all have serious consequences on the environment.
Auto shop is providing auto repair services in Elk River, Otsego area to protect our environment and going green. Visit at 690 Dodge Ave NW, Elk River, MN 55330

Elk River Tire & Auto is committed to helping protect our environment.

And that means not only recycling all oils and fluids, but also taking care of your hybrid. Our technicians are specifically trained to care for your Toyota Prius, Honda Civic, Ford, Mercury or any other hybrid vehicle. Because of our exceptional hybrid training, we perform required tune-ups and auto maintenance—such as oil and filter changes, brake checks, and tire rotation—for hybrid vehicles even under warranty.

Elk River Tire & Auto Repair technicians are also trained to diagnose and repair mechanical problems, but not under warranty. If your hybrid cars needs repair and is still under warranty, it’s best to take it to the dealership. Hybrids need many of the same maintenance care that gasoline-powered vehicles do, such as for steering and suspension, tires, and brakes. But hybrid vehicles also need additional care. Here are some of the services Elk River Tire & Auto will provide:

  • Brake fluid check and brake efficiency check
  • Inverter and transmission cooling system check
  • Rear end oil change, if needed
  • High voltage battery filter check, if needed
  • High voltage connections check
  • All of our hybrid services meet manufacturers’ recommendations.

Check your owner’s manual for your vehicles specific automotive maintenance needs and call Elk River Tire & Auto for an appointment.

Keeping Your Vehicle in Tune with the Environment Car care is definitely a win-win situation.

Besides helping the environment, a properly maintained and operated vehicle will run more efficiently, will be safer, and will last longer-up to 50% longer, according to a survey of ASE-certified Master Auto Technicians. The following tips should put you on the road to environmentally conscious car care.

  • Keep your engine tuned. A misfiring spark plug can reduce fuel efficiency as much as 30%. Follow the service schedules listed in your owner's manual. Replace filters and fluids as recommended.
  • Check your tires for proper inflation. Under inflation wastes fuel-your engine has to work harder to push the vehicle. Wheels that are out-of-line (as evidenced by uneven tread wear or vehicle pulling) make the engine work harder, too. Properly maintained tires will last longer, meaning fewer scrap tires have to be disposed.
  • Keep your air conditioner in top condition and have it serviced only by a technician certified competent to handle/recycle refrigerants. Air conditioners contain CFCs-gases that have been implicated in the depletion of the ozone layer. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, almost one third of the CFCs released into the atmosphere come from mobile air conditioners; some simply leaks out, but the majority escapes during service and repair-so it's important to choose a qualified technician.
  • Do-it-yourselfers: dispose of used motor oil, anti-freeze/coolant, tires, and old batteries properly. Many repair facilities accept these items. Or call your local municipal or county government for recycling sites. Never dump used oil or anti-freeze on the ground or in open streams.
  • Observe speed limits. Mileage decreases sharply above 55 mph.
  • Drive gently. Avoid sudden accelerations and jerky stop-and-go's. Use cruise-control on open highways to keep your speed as steady as possible.
  • Avoid excessive idling. Shut off the engine while waiting for friends and family. Today's vehicles are designed to "warm up" fast, so forget about those five-minute warm ups on cold winter mornings.
  • Remove excess items from the vehicle. Less weight means better mileage. Store luggage/ cargo in the trunk rather than on the roof to reduce air drag.
  • Plan trips. Consolidate your daily errands to eliminate unnecessary driving. Try to travel when traffic is light to avoid stop-and-go conditions. Join a car pool. Remember, how your car runs, how you drive it, and how its fluids, old parts, and tires are disposed of all have serious consequences on the environment.
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