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1246 Old Griffin Road
Directions Dallas, GA 30157

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Why Service at a Dealership in Atlanta, GA

Why Service at a Dealership - Atlanta, Georgia 


Sooner or later, the inevitable is going to happen-your car will need some extra love and care. Whether you're looking for some regular maintenance or to have your brakes checked out, your dealership's service department is well equipped to handle your car with respect and attention. But what makes servicing at a dealership like Paulding CDJR better than at your average local garage?

 

Specialty Staff

One of the biggest reasons for having your vehicle serviced at the dealership is the staff. The difference between taking your Jeep to the Jeep dealership versus to a corner garage is akin to the difference between buying your Guinness stew from the Irish Pub verses from the local chain restaurant. The technicians at any given dealership are specifically trained on the types of vehicles that they work on. Plus, many dealers put their technicians through ongoing workshops and training programs that keep them up to day on new developments.

Having a manufacturer-trained technician means that your car will get the most experienced service. Whereas, if you take your Jeep to any old garage, there's a change that the technician hasn't looked under the hood of a Jeep for four months and won't know the ins and outs of that specific manufacturer nearly as well.

 

Warranties

Warranty-related benefits are an obvious perk to servicing at a dealership. At a dealership, if your vehicle is under warranty then your repairs won't cost you. If you do have to pay for a repair, sometimes dealerships offer warranties for their work. They can also offer extended warranties which are honored by an entire network of dealerships so that you can get your repairs out of town if need be.

 

Parts

When you get a part replaced at a dealership, it's going to be OE (original equipment). This means that it gets the stamp of approval from the manufacturer. These parts match those that were originally installed in the assembly line. Garages often use aftermarket parts, which are less expensive but also less reliable. There are many to choose from and oftentimes they need replaced more frequently. OE parts have a slightly larger price tag, but they're well worth the extra cost, as is servicing at a dealership.


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