Monthly Archives: March 2020

Ways We are Preventing the Spread of COVID-19 While Remaining Open to Serve You

Victory Automotive Service is taking the containment of this virus very seriously. The health and well-being of our community and out staff members is a top priority of ours. We also know that our community still needs reliable transportation in order to get to work or get to the store to retrieve supplies for their families.  In order to best serve you during these difficult times, our shop is remaining OPEN. We will be here to help with any of your automotive needs, including maintenance, repairs, and service. To protect you and our employees, we will be taking certain precautions to meet CDC regulations and prevent the spread of COVID-19.  Here are some of the measures we are taking to provide you with service during these uncertain times:  We are constantly cleaning and sanitizing our facility.  If any staff members are showing cold or flu-like symptoms, we are asking them to stay home.  All high-touch areas will be regularly sanitized, such as door ha ... read more

Does a Car Battery Need to be Serviced?

Your vehicle's battery and connecting cables are important when it comes to providing the electricity required to not only start, but run your vehicle. While the battery has help from the alternator and charging system components to keep its charge, it is still the main electrical output source and therefore is vital to the overall operation of your car. We know that so many of our other vehicle components, such as the brakes and air conditioning system, need to be serviced periodically to maintain proper operation. So the question is, does your battery need to be serviced? Your vehicle's battery doesn't necessarily have to be serviced, however it should be regularly looked at for any signs of corrosion or fraying of connecting cables. You may have experienced looking under your vehicle's hood and noticing that the positive and negative terminals on your battery have gunk on them. This is due to battery acid and corrosion, which can happen with older batteries. If this ... read more

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