What Vehicles Need for Preventative Maintenance in 2022 - Brake & Front End

What Vehicles Need for Preventative Maintenance in 2022


  • Brad Stuck, Brand Manager - Valvoline Professional Series, Valvoline Inc.
  • Andrew Markel, Director of Technical Content, ShopOwner

Sponsored By Valvoline

Date: July 12, 2022

This webinar is part of a free two-part series will help you understand customers’ new expectations regarding preventative maintenance, as well as the technical change

New car shortages and a turbulent used car market are forcing some owners to invest in their current vehicles. These changes in the vehicle ownership experience are forcing drivers to rethink their attitudes about preventative maintenance. Many customers today want to make their vehicles last longer and avoid costly repairs. Knowing what a vehicle needs for preventative care and how to recommend these services is critical for any shop to succeed.

In a 45-minute webinar, the experts from Valvoline will cover the importance of preventative vehicle maintenance and the benefits it has for customers and their vehicles — including:

  • Increased oil change intervals and why modern vehicles need synthetic engine oils
  • Common preventative maintenance services
  • The importance of fuel system cleaning services
  • How can preventative maintenance bundles save your customers time and money?

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