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Rolls Royce Service & Repair

Rolls Royce Service & Repair in Fort Lauderdale, Aventura, Palm Beach, Boca Raton, Miami & Surrounding Areas

“Why pay main dealer rates when exactly the same quality of work. We follow and do not differ from the Rolls Royce factory recommended procedures.”

How Often Does A Rolls-Royce Service Need To Be Done?

If you have a Rolls-Royce, you know how special it is. You also probably know that it’s not exactly cheap to run—and that’s before you factor in the cost of maintaining and servicing your car. 

While there are many things to consider when deciding whether or not your Rolls needs an oil change or new tires, one of the most common questions we get at our dealership is, “When should my Rolls-Royce service happen? Or how frequently?” And “What do I need to pay attention to?” We’ve rounded up all our best tips here so you can keep your beautiful car running like new for as long as possible!

Regular inspections for Rolls-Royce Repairs

Rolls-Royce vehicles are known for their quality and performance, but they must also be professionally serviced regularly to keep them running at peak condition. 

There are several things you should know about servicing the car and what happens during a standard service.

How often do I need to get my car serviced?

A regular maintenance schedule is crucial for all cars, especially luxury vehicles like Rolls-Royce. We recommend having a routine inspection done every eight months or 8000 miles (whichever comes first). 

If you have recently purchased a used Rolls-Royce model from another owner, it may be worth getting an inspection before buying or selling it! You can contact us to get this done

What happens during a standard inspection?

During each inspection, we check all fluids, including engine oil and coolant temperature. So that everything runs appropriately under pressure at all times without overheating due to insufficient cooling capabilities, which could result in serious damage down the road if left unchecked. 


Types of Maintenance for a Rolls-Royce

Oil change and filter replacement

There are two types of oil used in Rolls-Royces: mineral-based and synthetic. Mineral oil is used in engines with an open-deck design (where parts such as pistons have direct access to the crankcase). In contrast, synthetic is used with an enclosed crankcase design—though both types may be used depending on which engine you have in your vehicle model.

Brake inspection

During this inspection, technicians will make sure that all brakes are working properly and perform other routine maintenance items such as inspecting brake lines; changing brake fluid; replacing wheel bearings; adjusting handbrake cables; checking suspension mounts; inspecting rear suspension components; removing tires (if necessary) so they can be rotated or replaced; checking tire pressures and condition/wear pattern of tires (tread depth); checking wheel alignment settings using special equipment (wheel alignment machine).

If any issues arise during the above-mentioned process, we inform our customers before proceeding further into our regular service schedule - nothing should come as a surprise when it comes time for another checkup!


What is the maintenance on a Rolls-Royce?

The maintenance on a Rolls-Royce is pretty low. The engine is designed to last for a very long time, and the company's engineers have worked hard to ensure that it's easy to service. You'll want to change the oil every 5,000 miles; otherwise, you can just keep driving your car and enjoying it!

What are the signs to look out for? Signs for Repair?

Just like any car you need to look out for any leaks, it could be a valve in the engine that is displaced. These cars are designed to offer best comfort, but if you notice a vibration or unusual shaking try get it checked. Also ensure the car oil is changed regularly.

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