Most people fawn over the fall colors in the eastern United States, along with the big name national parks. Unfortunately, they are overlooking Ohio. The state is gorgeous when it is in full color – and we are excited to check them out while wearing our Ohio State hoodies and drinking a pumpkin spice latte. With the cooling temperatures on the way, it is a good idea to make sure that your Honda is ready to take you where you want to go this fall season.
Here at the White's Honda service center, the fall season is a busy time for us because drivers want to get their vehicle ready to handle the cooler weather – especially with winter just around the corner. No matter what you and your Honda need for your favorite fall season activities, we are here to help you every step (or wheel turn) of the way to ensure that you can get to school and work on time, visit the apple orchards and pumpkin patches on the weekends, and attend those Friday night football games.
Our friendly service technicians have been part of the White's Honda family for a long time and are familiar with the personality of your chosen Honda model – whether it is the Civic, Accord, CR-V, Pilot, or Passport. They know exactly what to do to get it ready for the fall season, such as performing oil changes, testing ore replacing the battery to ensure that it starts up during the cooler weather, inspecting the tires and brakes (and making repairs/replacements as needed), checking the lights, and making sure that the heater, defroster, and other components are working properly.
Besides the high-quality and friendly service, drivers love coming to our service center because we have an extensive stock of Honda-certified parts that were made to fit your specific vehicle. That means you don't need to stress out about shopping at an overwhelming and overpriced chain auto parts store!
To learn more about Honda vehicle fall season preparation and maintenance – or to have some work done on your Honda before the leaves fall – please contact us and schedule an appointment today.