AMA Mobile Auto Repair, LLC

AMA Mobile Auto Repair, LLC AMAMAR is an independently owned mobile auto repair service-we come to you! We offer military, fire fighter & police discounts.
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04/11/2016

Check all fluids, including engine oil, power steering, brake and transmission as well as windshield washer solvent and antifreeze/coolant.
Check the hoses and belts to make sure they are not cracked, brittle, frayed, loose or showing signs of excessive wear.
Check the battery and replace if necessary. Make sure the connection is clean, tight and corrosion-free.
Check the brake system annually and have the brake linings, rotors and drums inspected at each oil change.
Inspect the exhaust system for leaks, damage and broken supports or hangers if there is an unusual noise. Exhaust leaks can be dangerous and must be corrected without delay.

04/11/2016

April is National Car Care Month and the Car Care Council reminds motorists to spring into action and follow 10 basic maintenance procedures to make sure their vehicles are running at peak performance for the summer driving season.

04/11/2016

April is National Car Care Month: Spring into Action

03/23/2016

Change your oil. Your car may be clean on the outside, but is it clean on the inside? Motor oil is responsible for keeping your engine clean and lubricated. Without it, your engine would combust from debris and friction. Think of oil as the bloodline of your vehicle. After your car has been driven a certain amount of miles or months, your oil gets dirty and thick, and can no longer perform its duties. Be sure to change your oil about every 3,000 miles or 3 months. After all, it’s far cheaper to get scheduled oil changes than it is to replace your engine!

03/22/2016

Over the next few days we will be posting spring car care tips.
1. Service Your Car

You should be servicing your car at least twice a year, regardless of the weather. But with winter fading, it’s especially important to make sure your car is running optimally after all that cold, wet weather. Make sure you check (or have your mechanic check) your brakes, your oil, and the levels of your transmission, coolant, brake, and power steering fluids. You should also check your car’s belts, since cold weather can weaken them.

12/23/2015

We here at AMA would like to wish everyone a very merry Christmas and safe travels to everyone that's traveling this holiday.
We will be closing at 12pm on Thursday the 24th and reopen on Monday the 28th.

12/07/2015

Drivers should routinely check the tire pressure of the spare in the trunk and while you're in the trunk, check your Emergency Supplies. Some ideas of what to keep on hand are:jumper cables, flashlight, flares, blanket, extra clothes, candles/matches, bottled water, dry food snacks and needed medication.

11/25/2015

Winter Weather Tip #8

Make sure all your horn works and lights work and that headlights are properly aimed.

11/24/2015

Winter Weather Tip #7
Get the exhaust system checked for carbon monoxide leaks, which are especially dangerous during winter when we drive with our windows up.

11/19/2015

Winter Weather Tip #6

Have the brakes checked. This is your vehicles No. 1 important safety item.

11/13/2015

Winter Weather Tip #5

If you’re due for a tune-up, now is a great time to schedule it. Winter magnifies existing problems, such as pings, hard stars, sluggish performance or rough idling.

11/04/2015

(Day 4)
WINTER WEATHER CAN BE HARD ON YOUR CAR!!! Over the next several days, I will post tips to help make sure you and your car keep on running!

1) Cold weather is hard on batteries. Make sure to have the battery and charging system checked for optimum performance, to help prevent you being stranded or “late for an important date.”

2) Service your cooling system. I know it’s wintertime and temperatures are cooler so this may not make sense. A Rule of Thumb: clean, flush and put in new antifreeze every two years.

3) Make sure your heater, defrosters and wipers are working properly. Consider winter wiper blades and use cold weather washer fluid. As a general rule, wiper blades should be replaced every six months.

4) CHANGE YOUR OIL regularly. This seems like a no brainer, but dirty oil can spell t-r-o-u-b-l-e in the winter especially. But really – it’s critical to maintain the health and life of a car’s engine and overall performance. Follow your manufacturer’s recommendations for your car.

11/03/2015

(Day 3)

WINTER WEATHER CAN BE HARD ON YOUR CAR!!! Over the next several days, I will post tips to help make sure you and your car keep on running!
1) Cold weather is hard on batteries. Make sure to have the battery and charging system checked for optimum performance, to help prevent you being stranded or “late for an important date.”

2) Service your cooling system. I know it’s wintertime and temperatures are cooler so this may not make sense. A Rule of Thumb: clean, flush and put in new antifreeze every two years.

3) Make sure your heater, defrosters and wipers are working properly. Consider winter wiper blades and use cold weather washer fluid. As a general rule, wiper blades should be replaced every six months.

11/02/2015

(Day 2)

WINTER WEATHER CAN BE HARD ON YOUR CAR!!! Over the next several days, I will post tips to help make sure you and your car keep on running!
1) Cold weather is hard on batteries. Make sure to have the battery and charging system checked for optimum performance, to help prevent you being stranded or “late for an important date.”

2) Service your cooling system. I know it’s wintertime and temperatures are cooler so this may not make sense. A Rule of Thumb: clean, flush and put in new antifreeze every two years.

10/30/2015

WINTER WEATHER CAN BE HARD ON YOUR CAR!!! Over the next several days, I will post tips to help make sure you and your car keep on running!

1) Cold weather is hard on batteries. Make sure to have the battery and charging system checked for optimum performance, to help prevent you being stranded or “late for an important date.”

09/22/2015

AMA Mobile Auto Repair, LLC, is a fully licensed and insured auto repair service. We specialize in light-commercial and privately owned vehicles. We come to your home, work or job site to offer on-site repairs. We approach customers with old-fashioned honesty and don’t charge the high prices of car dealerships or other shops. We offer free over the phone quotes, diagnostic services and a full-range of routine maintenance and repairs: tune-ups, oil changes, brakes, A/C repair, ball joints, CV axles, just to list a few. AMA Mobile Auto Repair, LLC offers military, fire-fighter and police discounts. Call today to schedule an appointment: 757-754-3440.

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Hampton Roads
Virginia Beach, VA
23464

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