How Do I Know When My Bus is Due for Service?
Getting your bus serviced is the last thing on your mind when you require the vehicle on a daily basis for your work duties. Of course you know that you will need to schedule oil and fluid changes, brake inspections, tire replacement, and standard engine inspection, but it can be difficult to know when and how often.
The most important thing to consider is that preventative maintenance can keep your bus on the road, with little interruption to your work. By planning ahead, and scheduling regular maintenance, you will have the peace of mind that your bus is safe and road worthy, and that you have done everything necessary to avoid a breakdown.
So, how do I know when my bus is due for service?
It depends on how much you drive it. It is recommended to have an oil change every 5,000 miles, and you should make sure to have your bus thoroughly checked over at least once a year, and more if you suspect that the bus is not driving optimally. Scheduled maintenance packages are designed to help keep your vehicle operating at its peak performance for years to come.
We offer a Preventative Maintenance Program. This package includes pickup of your vehicle, four times a year. You don’t have to think about when servicing comes due. We handle all of that for you.
We inspect and service your vehicle completely. Here’s where we remedy the minor repairs, before they turn into a major headache for you.
Our second maintenance program is our Fleet Maintenance Program. This is where we take care of your multiple vehicles. We can tailor the maintenance for all of your fleet’s needs.
We here at Dynamic Specialty Vehicles know how important your business is to you. We want to take the worry out of maintaining and servicing of your buses and fleets.