Repairs and Replacements

Our ASE-certified master mechanics can bring your car back from the brink. Whether you need a catalytic converter or an engine rebuild, your car is in expert hands at Green Drop Garage.

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Green Drop Garage Repair & Replacement Services

Our modern diagnostic inspections will reveal the depth of your vehicle's status. We will assess whether you need to fix a part or component, or if it's time for a replacement.

Our transparent inspection process guarantees you'll have the right information to make an informed choice.

Whenever we can, we will opt for a repair. In some cases, the part in question may be worn out and needs a replacement. Our expert technicians will walk you through all of your options, because we are here to help solve problems.

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Auto Repair & Replacement FAQs

We make getting your vehicle back on the road straightforward. We'll perform a full inspection (where competitors may take a glance under the hood). By being thorough during the inspection, we are able to catch a critical issue others could miss. Green Drop Garage's inspection process has saved many customers thousands of dollars by providing the correct repair or replacement the first time.

Are oil changes every 90 days really necessary?

Oil breaks down over time, so don’t be fooled by a mile marker. Most cars on the road have longer lifespans when they have oil changes every 90 days, regardless of mileage.

We believe so strongly in the 90-day oil change, we offer it to our members anytime. We encourage them to bring their car in any time for an oil change. Our Eco-friendly approach means we use re-refined oil and recycle it. 

Swing by and experience the Green Drop difference. Your car will thank you for it! And if you’d like to learn more about our membership program, starting at just $17 per month, we’ll walk you through the benefits to your car and your wallet.

What is in a new vehicle warranty?

A 3 year 36,000 mile warranty typically covers the entire vehicle in normal use for repairs (including parts and labor) to correct any defect in materials or workmanship. 

Wear-out or normal wear and tear is typically not considered a defect. Parts that are made to wear out, like brake pads, filters, and the like will wear out and are typically not covered under most dealership warranties. Always read the details of your specific warranty.

Kelly Blue Book has resources worth considering when deciding to purchase a new car warranty, and please check to see if skipping your 30k service will void the warranty.

How long do tires last?

A good rule of thumb is the higher the tire’s performance rating, the quicker they’ll need to be replaced.

Consumer Reports treadler testing reveals family car all-season tires can last 70,000 miles or more.

How long does a 30K service inspection take?

As soon as a Green Drop Service Advisor has reviewed your car’s inspection report and talked with the technicians, we contact you with an update. During the call, we’ll review with you any concerns and recommendations we have so you can make an informed choice about your car care.

Is the 30,000 mile service worth it?

You may be wondering if you really need this service. Most likely, you’ve been experiencing few, if any, problems. By getting 30K mile service, you are not only protecting your investment, but you are also ensuring that your new car warranty remains in effect.

Is a 60K service worth it?

Generally, the financial impact of forgoing the 60k service can be high because this is the time when timing belts, hoses, and other key systems in your vehicle need a little more TLC, and often need their first replacements.

Maintaining the 30/60/90k checkpoint services enable owners to get significantly more miles out of their vehicles.

Is 60K considered high mileage?

Good mileage on a used car used to be between 30,000 and 60,000 miles. Now, used cars are lasting well beyond 100,000 miles. They can be a good choice if the vehicle has a strong maintenance history and a lack of deeper structural damage.

How do you determine if 90K recommendations are less expensive than selling my car?

Regular maintenance and replacement of belts, hoses, and similar parts is why so many cars zoom past the 30k-60k milestone. Well-maintained cars can go many more miles well past 90k. This has a significant impact on the car’s longevity and resale value.