Why You Should Get Your Four-Wheel Drive System Inspected
Four-wheel drive is one of the top considerations when purchasing a car if you know you’re going to be driving on rough terrain, snow and ice. Instead of many common types of power systems, four-wheel drive delivers power to all four wheels instead of just two, enabling the vehicle to more easily drive through terrain common in the North Georgia Mountains, where it seems almost every winter we’re faced with tough conditions.
Four-wheel drive systems come in two different types: full time and part time. A full time system consistently delivers full power to all four wheels on the vehicle, while a part time four-wheel drive system can be engaged and disengaged at the owner’s discretion. At Mike’s Full Service, our team of highly-qualified technicians understands the importance of a properly functioning four-wheel drive system, and we use our expertise to diagnose and fix any issues that may arise.
Ensure Your Four-Wheel Drive System is in Top Condition
The goal of any properly functioning four-wheel drive system is to deliver torque to all four wheels and prevent slippage during tough conditions. During our diagnostic inspection, our expert mechanics at Mike’s Full Service check all of the various parts that compose the four-wheel drive system, including:
- Transfer case
- Gears and shafts
Each of these parts works to deliver the proper amount of power and torque to each of your vehicle’s four wheels, ensuring that you’re system is 100% ready for anything the great outdoors throws your way. Our team of highly-qualified mechanics will replace or repair any issues that arise from the inspection, and we will never gouge you on the price. We are dedicated to providing the best service for the best price in the entire North Georgia area, including Cleveland, Helen, Gainesville and Dahlonega, Georgia.
Mike’s Full Service Provides Expert Four-Wheel Drive Inspections
Our mechanics at Mike’s Full Service provide the highest quality four-wheel drive inspections in North Georgia, ensuring that your four-wheel drive system is ready whenever traction becomes an issue, whether because you’ve ventured out in the great outdoors or because Mother Nature strikes with snow and ice.
If your four-wheel drive system isn’t working properly or if you think it’s time for an inspection, contact our team to schedule your appointment with Your Family Car Doctor.