Is your Toyota in need of some service? If you’re not sure exactly what type of Toyota service it requires, let us go over the various types:

Preventative Service

Preventative service is the best way to maintain the health of your vehicle. Like people, cars need regular checkups to ensure that all parts and systems are in good working condition. These periodic tasks should include oil changes, brake inspections, filter replacements, and tire rotations. And these regular examinations let technicians spot potential trouble areas that may be easily – and affordably – taken care of.

Corrective Service

This category should be fairly obvious. If you’ve noticed something wrong with your vehicle, be it a weird sound or smell or perhaps it’s just driving oddly, then almost certainly something needs to be corrected. It’s important to get your car looked at as soon as something arises for safety purposes and so minor things don’t turn into major problems.

Condition-Based Service

While preventative service and corrective service apply to anyone, anywhere, sometimes the geography dictates what your car needs. In the Las Vegas area, for example, the dry and dusty conditions generally cause filters to get dirty pretty quickly. Oil also gets dirtier faster in these types of conditions, which means it may need to be changed sooner.

Risk-Based Service

The final type of car service involves potential risks. Maybe, for example, you have a child starting college in California and you plan to drive him or her there. Or, perhaps they’ll be taking their own car. Getting it checked out ahead of time – and giving it the service it may need – is a wise idea.

Now that you know about the different kinds of car service, you can figure out exactly what yours needs. Whatever it may be, you can get it at the service center at Centennial Toyota.