We strive to be the best in Springfield, TN. Part of that is providing our customers with the most concise and up-to-date knowledge available. Here are a few quick tips we'd like to share with you to keep your car running in the best condition possible. Don't hesitate to come by and see us with any and all questions you may have. Brant Jones Auto & Towing is here to help!
At some point or another, we’ve pretty much all dealt with a dead car battery. There’s a good chance you already know how to jump-start your car - if not, don’t worry! Here’s everything you need to know, from Brant Jones Auto & Towing in Springfield, TN.
Brant Jones Auto & Towing is the leader in engine repair or replacement in high performance vehicles. The staff at Brant Jones Auto & Towing take the time to educate our customers because we know it isn’t always easy deciding what to do next when it comes to major engine repairs. Fortunately, we’re here to help you make the best decision for your situation. We want your engine working at maximum efficiency while you’re driving in and around Springfield, TN.
Most modern transmissions have a “limp mode” or “safe mode” that they may default to if an error is detected. What does it mean if your transmission has entered safe mode, and where do you go from there? Brant Jones Auto & Towing in Springfield, TN has the answers you need.
If you drive a performance or luxury vehicle, there are important points to remember in preserving not only your car or SUV, but it's resale value as well. Luxury and performance vehicles depreciate more quickly than other cars. Many who own these cars like to have the newest and the best of the best. In that way, the odds are stacked against you when trying to get a good price for your car. Fortunately, Brant Jones Auto & Towing has some steps you can take to ensure you get the most for your car when it’s time to sell.
No matter what type of fleet vehicles or commercial trucks you maintain, the fuel system on your diesel is an integral part of keeping you on the road. Gas systems are pretty simple - there’s basically just a pump that pushes gasoline to the injectors. Diesels are a bit more complicated.