When you do bring your vehicle in for maintenance or repair, you can count on your Chevrolet certified technicians to handle all of your vehicle needs. From scheduled maintenance to engine replacements, nobody knows your vehicle better than these trained professionals. In addition, all warranty repairs are performed using genuine Chevrolet parts, designed and manufactured for your specific Chevrolet vehicle.


While your warranty covers most unexpected failures that may occur, it does not include the regular maintenance visits that are required for all vehicles. Regular servicing with your Chevrolet Dealer is important to keep your engine and critical components performing at their best, so that your Chevrolet is always ready to help you find new roads. For more information, check the recommended maintenance schedule for your vehicle in the owners’ manual or contact Chevrolet Dealers for more support.


With a little care and attention, your Chevrolet is fit not just for years but for generations. Whether it’s getting acquainted with your owner’s manual, scheduling regular services and using genuine parts or performing simple maintenance at home, the high quality of Chevrolet design ensures that your car is with you for the long haul.

Vehicle Maintenance Tips

How to check your engine oil

Proper levels of clean engine oil keeps your engine running smoothly by lubricating its moving parts. Find out how to check your engine oil at home with this short video.

How to check your radiator fluid level

Radiator fluid helps your engine to maintain a healthy temperature, ensuring that it runs smoothly in all conditions. In this video, you’ll see a quick demonstration of how to monitor and change radiator fluids.

How to check air filters

An air filter clogged with dust and dirt can cause your engine to operate inefficiently. Watch this video to find out how to check and replace your car’s air filter.

How to check tire pressure

Properly inflated tires will give you a safe, smooth ride while improving your car’s fuel efficiency. Here’s how to check that your tire pressure is correct.

How to check your radiator fluid level

Follow the instructions in this video to find out how to preserve the ride quality of your car and optimize the efficiency of its safety features by checking for wear and tear of the tires.

Must Know Tips

What do the warning signals on my dashboard mean?

It’s important to know what your car is trying to communicate to you through warning signals. Watch the video above for a quick run through and remember to refer to your owner’s manual if in doubt.

How to use the latch (ISOFIX) child seat restraint system.

Safety is paramount in every Chevrolet, and of course that extends to the smallest members of your family. Find out how to correctly install a child seat using the ISOFIX latches in the above video.

How do I find my VIN and why is it important.

Your car’s Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) is its fingerprint. This unique number is registered to your vehicle and allows it to be verified as yours. Watch this video to find out how to locate yours.

How to use Driver Shift Control.

Driver Shift Control is feature that combines the convenience of an automatic transmission with the ability to manually override and take shifting into your own hands.


Our goal is always to meet your needs and exceed your expectations, so if you ever have a problem - either during or after the warranty period - that is not resolved to your satisfaction, please speak to a member of your Dealer's management team.


If you have any trouble with vehicle while away from home, you can bring your vehicle into any authorized Chevrolet Dealership to have warranty repairs performed. This is part of our promise to help take care of you and your Chevrolet vehicle from the time you walk into a Chevrolet Dealership to the very last trip you take in your vehicle.