Warning Signs of Tire Misalignment

Time for a Tire Rotation? Don’t Ignore These Warning Signs.

Sometimes we ignore the things we depend on the most. You probably don’t give your tires much thought until they become a problem. And that’s a problem! Don’t take for granted the safety that properly aligned, installed, and inflated tires can provide. If you think your tires may need some help, the expert team Joe’s […]

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Is It Time For An Oil Chance?

How to Know It’s Time for an Oil Change

Most of us learned in driver’s ed, or when we got our first car, to have the oil changed every 3,000 miles. But as technology has advanced, that 3,000 mile standard has shifted. Many car manufacturers have different standards per vehicle, so the old rule of thumb doesn’t hold true across the board anymore. There […]

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Schedule a Brake Inspection

Don’t Ignore These 5 Signs of Brake Failure

Brakes are one of those things we often take for granted. In fact, you probably don’t give them much thought at all until they start acting up! But once you start noticing problems with how your brakes are responding, don’t hesitate to bring your car to Joe’s Service Department for a checkup. We’ll diagnose the […]

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Get a Tune Up for Preventative Maintenace

Step Up for a Tune-Up

Uh oh, the dreaded “check engine” light came on. Or you’re starting to notice your brakes aren’t quite as responsive as they used to be. Are you scratching your head to remember when was your last tune-up? It might be time to bring in your car to Joe’s Service Department for a dose of preventative […]

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Driving in wintertime

Wintertime Checklist for Your Car

There’s no getting around it: winter in Indianapolis is here. In the midst of all the bustle of the holiday season, take a little time to get your car in winter-driving shape. Remember that Joe’s Service Department is ready to make sure your car is ready to handle anything this winter can throw at it. […]

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smaller tire replacement

The Most Important Things to Consider when Choosing New Tires

With many brands of tires on the market, it may be confusing to a new car owner which type they need. Remember, the tires on your car are like the shoes on your feet, so you need to look for support, speed, and, most importantly, safety. Joe’s Service Department devotes itself to your safety as we execute […]

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vintage car storage

Where Can I Store My Wrecked Car in Indianapolis?

Karl Benz invented the first automobile in 1885, and since then, the evolution of the motor vehicle has been outstanding. Even if their cars are defective, many people hold on to them for sentimental purposes, unique decor, or to save money and repair at a later date. When you are ready to restore your automobile, […]

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Top 5 Summer Auto Repair Tips

No one wants their car to break down on the highway, not to mention in this summer heat. Get your car ready for the sweltering summer months with regular car maintenance. At Joe’s Service Department in Indianapolis, we’ve shared our best auto-repair tips for keeping your car running smoothly all season long.

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What Happens When You Skip an Oil Change?

As a car owner, oil changes are just another item to add to the list of annual maintenance tasks. What makes getting an oil change so crucial for your vehicle? It may seem easy to put off this task for another day, but neglecting an oil change could mean serious problems for your car down […]

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Your Indianapolis Car Service Experts

    Quality used vehicles offer an affordable and dependable way to get to work, school, vacation, or anywhere on time. Like any type of vehicle, however, they require proper maintenance and care. Here at Joe’s Service Department, we have our very own vehicle servicing center to help keep your car in top shape. From […]

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