Signs That Your Car Needs A Mechanic
Mike's Auto Repair Is Here To Help You in Hanover, MD!!!
Sometimes it's hard to know when your car just needs a break and when it
needs a mechanic. By being proactive when you notice something amiss, you
may save yourself a lot of money and trouble by getting it diagnosed early!
Our technicians are here to assist you in diagnosing potential vehicle
Do you have good sense? We bet you do! Use your SENSES to determine whether you should bring your car by for one of our professionals to inspect.
Do you FEEL anything out of the ordinary?
Some experiences that customers who have needed an automobile mechanic have in common are:
- Front-End Shimmy
- Steering Wheel Shake
- Unusual Vibration
Do you HEAR anything different or unique?
Some common sounds that warrant a visit to your mechanic are:
- Clunk or Clunking
- Noise When Turning
- Squeak or Squeaking
- Leaking Air Sound
Do you SEE anything new or questionable?
Some common problems you might see are:
- Unusual lights
Do you SMELL anything funny?
Some common smells that mean your car may need a repair shop are:
Stop by Mike's Auto Repair located at 7466 New Ridge Rd
Suite 7 Hanover, MD 21076 or call 410-850-5700 to talk to one of our friendly and professional technicians.
I had a "low tire pressure" light come up while driving. Searched the web for an Audi dealer (car is a 2017 Audi A3) and discovered the nearest dealer is at least 30 minutes away. Decided to look for a local shop and found Mike's Auto Repair to be nearby. Arrived a few minutes before closing time but Mike still took my car into the shop. They checked all tires and adjusted 2 tires that were low and brought them to proper pressure. Additionally, they put the car on their lift and checked the tires for nails / screws - none were found. When asked: "how much do I owe you?" the answer was "nothing". In today's day and age it is rare to find such treatment and I am going to come back and use Mike for all my routine oil and brake services ! Highly recommend this shop. Thank you Mike for your help.