VEHICLE HEALTH AWARENESS

Vehicles are like people. They need care and attention to stay healthy. Certified Service can help with that. With a little bit of awareness and the expertise of our technicians, your vehicle can be healthier, longer.

                                                             KNOW THE SIGNS

Keep your vehicle healthy as long as possible with our guide below. You can also bring your vehicle to Certified Service for a checkup and quick recovery. For a more in-depth look at what you can do at home, refer to your Owner's Manual or download it here.




Avoid any vehicle scares on or off the road with a thorough checkup at Certified Service. Our expert technicians inspect and analyze your vehicle from bumper to bumper. If you want to see what they’ll be working on, download the inspection form here.

Book a Vehicle Health Check appointment with our vehicle health experts now.


Your tires are essential to your
vehicle’s health and especially your safety on the road. Help maintain your tires’
health by checking for any symptoms of regular wear before it causes any


• Cord or fabric is showing through the rubber              • The tire has a bulge or is split
The tire is punctured, cut or has irreparable damage                    • The wheel or rim leaks air
• Excessive inner or outer edge tire tread wear                  • Patchy tread wear patterns

If your tires show any signs of wear, book an appointment with the vehicle health experts at Certified Service for a full examination.

Maintain your tires' health by booking an appointment with Certified Service.

Maintain your vehicle's brake health with regular Certified Service checkups.


Always make sure your brakes are healthy with regular checkups at Certified Service. They’re the hardest working part of your vehicle, so let’s make sure they stay that way.

There are five major components of a
braking system: Caliper, pads, rotors, shoes and hose. Each with different signs
of regular wear.


• Difficulty stopping                    • Chirping, grinding or squealing noises
• Brake-pedal pulsation            • Reduced braking force
• Vehicle pulls to the left or right when brakes are applied

Whether it’s replacing or fixing your brakes, leave it to our vehicle health experts at Certified Service for the best treatment. Book an appointment today.


Wipers help keep the windshield clean from debris and unfavourable weather conditions. It’s important to have clear vision while driving – so make sure to keep an eye out for some of these common signs.


• Wipers skipping across the windshield              • Wipers leaving streaks or missing sections
• Wipers squeaking because of worn blade edges                                   • Wipers leaving a haze behind

If your wiper blades show any of the signs above, book an appointment with the car health experts at Certified Service.

Take care of your vehicle's windshield wipers with a Certified Service inspection.

Keep on top of your vehicle's oil through regular Certified Service maintenance.


Oil is essential to your vehicle’s health. Ignoring it can cause harm or damage to your engine. Below you’ll find a list of warning signs that your oil needs attention.


• Noticeable oil leaks              • Low oil pressure
• Under-hood smoke            • Tailpipe smoke
• Warning signs on your dashboard

If any of these signs occur with your vehicle, book an appointment your local Certified Service dealer as soon as possible.

It’s a good idea to periodically check your oil. Consult your Owner’s Manual for the proper procedure and other details about maintaining your vehicle’s oil health.


The battery is like your heart: it keeps everything running and it’s essential to your vehicle’s overall health. It’s important to take care of the battery, so your vehicle can run as smoothly as possible – especially during winter when the cold will add more stress to your battery. Keep an eye out for these symptoms and don’t ignore the signs before it’s too late.


• Your vehicle has trouble starting
• You hear clicking or buzzing when you turn the ignition on
• The eye, if equipped, on your battery is dark or clear

If your battery is showing any of the signs above or just acting unusual, book an appointment with our vehicle health experts at Certified Service.

Let the vehicle health experts at Certified Service maintain your battery's health.