Miles between oil changes vary from vehicle type, make and age. It used to be normal to change your oil every 3,000 miles, but with modern lubricants most engines today have recommended oil change intervals of 5,000 to 7,500 miles. If your car's engine requires full-synthetic motor oil, it might go as far as 15,000 miles between services. If you're driving an older car or a vehicle leaking oil you definitely want to stick to the old, every 3,000 mile rule!
Older vehicles should be tuned up every 10,000-20,000 miles, while newer vehicles can go anywhere between 30,000-100,000 miles before a tune-up is needed. Refer to your manufacturer's recommendations for your vehicle's tune-up schedule, and when in doubt, call North NE Autoworks of North Attleboro.
My brakes felt funny and unsafe, and I noticed a new business was in town. I have been taken advantage of before, so I walked in and was able to speak to the owner, to let him know my concerns. I was looking for a place with experienced auto mechanics to be my go to place for all the services my vehicle would need. I found North NE Autoworks to be honest and quick. They got me back on the road. I am very satisfied with the level of dedication they have shown through their professionalism.Dianne F.