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Frequently Asked Questions About Oil Changes in Palatka, FL

If only the sign for when to change the oil in your Nissan Altima was as obvious as neon lettering displayed across your dashboard. Most times, it's the driver's responsibility to keep tabs on the oil-change intervals for a Nissan Frontier. While oil changes seem like a tedious task, they're critical to the overall performance and lifespan of your engine. By staying on top of changing your oil, you'll extend the time you and your Nissan Maxima spend on Interstate 95 running through Palm Coast, FL.

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Don't Just Get Your Nissan Serviced, Get it the Expert Service it Needs at Beck Nissan

While an eye doctor is a doctor, you wouldn't go see one for a broken leg. You'd go to someone who specializes in bones. The same applies to maintaining your high-quality Nissan. Don't just bring it to any mechanic, bring it to the technicians who specialize in Nissan models, here at the Beck Nissan service center.

The Nissan experts in our Palatka service center are trained and certified by the manufacturer, to be the best choice for drivers throughout Palm Coast and Saint Augustine.

 

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Where Can I Buy a Nissan in North Florida?

Being in business for over 25 years, Beck Nissan is your Nissan dealership in Palatka where you will feel welcome right when you step foot onto our lot. We are dedicated to delivering top-notch customer service, and we want you to leave satisfied every time you visit us. Supporting our community is important to us, and we are thrilled to offer affordable prices for new and used cars and provide an exceptional finance experience.

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Before Your Brakes Break...

If you want to enjoy your Nissan for years to come, knowing when and how to maintain it is of the upmost importance. Especially when it comes to your brakes. Since being able to stop is vitally important (obviously), it's good to recognize when your brakes might need some servicing. Here are a few symptoms to watch and listen for:

  • Brake Pads: They should be more than a quarter inch thick. If they're worn down to less than that, time for some new ones.
  • Grinding: When they do completely wear down, you'll start to hear the grinding…
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