Repairs are the unexpected items that have to be fixed. Anything that wears out routinely in your car is considered maintenance, other items are repairs. some examples are:
Maintenance is a good hedge against repairs, but no guarantee. Repairs can be the result of ignored maintenance, or simply a weak part that wore out or broke. I've seen cars break just from sitting. Fuel pumps gum up after sitting a few months. Batteries die after a couple of months because many of the computers draw power for memory, even if the car is off.
How much do repairs cost? Here are some examples of our most frequent repairs. There are more frequent repairs than these, but the labor may vary so widely from model to model that posting an estimate may be troublesome.
Looking for the right VW shop? We're a capable shop staffed with VW enthusiasts. We love these cars and we'd love to see yours and look after it for you. We see every kind of trouble there is to see with a VW and we're experienced and prepared to fix your car.
Not everything has to be a surprise with your car.
Our goal is to keep your VW driving like new for as long as you drive it. Having a reasonable budget for your car allows us to do that. Sure, your car may need some repairs along the way to a half-million miles, but when you have the money put aside you don't have to panic over some common repairs on a high-mileage car. Door latches, alternator, fusebox, batteries, fuel pump, window regulators, and suspension bushings are all common repairs a VW driver could expect to need on the way to 500K. We keep most of this stuff in stock so we can turn the repairs quickly. If you do the repairs when needed, the car will stay dependable and drive like new. If you put some money aside before you need the repairs, they won't be such a shock and you won't be stressed out.
This page last updated 07/21/15 by Rick Sherrod.
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