Bringing new car into service and time frame…?
Question: This is second car I own, and my first car I purchased. I am going on vacation next week. The car is ten weeks old and has about 2,010 miles on the car. Going on a trip that is 170 miles round trip and addition to that will add an extra 20 miles of driving in the area. In total by the end of the trip my car will have 2,200 miles on it. I was planning sometime this week to bring the car in for a service checkup. Is this excessive or should I wait till the car is closer to 5,000 miles? Appreciate the response.
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Just go by the manual. Back in 2004 I bought a brand new Impala and drove it around for a month before a 2500 mile road trip. Heck, I went ahead and took it to a Chevy dealer while I was on the road and nooo problem!
We can't tell you. Usually, when you order something, the website tells you how the item is being sent. If it didn't do so, if you can't find any info on that on your order or in the shipping information on the website, then email or phone the company and ask. If it was sent with Canada Post, then it will be delivered in the US by the US post office. Or they could have used any one of the courier companies which will deliver it in the US.
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Dude... calm down and quit being anal. If the car is running good leave it alone and bring it in when service is due. If you drive 20 in that area it is fine. You could even drive 21. Chill and enjoy your car and get it when or just before it is due.
The first thing they do is measure your windows. If they must be made to a custom size that will take roughly 2 weeks. That's what mine did. I had 10 windows replaced, 2 men worked on them, they were put in in 1 day. Then 1 more day to do the trim inside. Call a couple other contractors as well and get estimates, you might save a little money. Where I am the home centers usually hire a contractor to do the actual work anyway.
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