Frequently Asked Volvo Service Questions

How often should I get a Volvo oil change?

A Volvo oil change should be performed every 3,000 - 5,000 miles with conventional oil or every 7,500 -10,000 miles with synthetic oil.  Most newer Volvo models will let you know when it is time to change your oil, based on your driving history.  For the most accurate oil change frequency recommendation, please refer to your Volvo owner's manual or contact Wallace Volvo in Stuart.  Save money on your next Volvo oil change with a Volvo oil change coupon from Wallace Volvo.

Do I need an appointment for Volvo Service?

Scheduling a service appointment is always recommended.  You can schedule a service appointment right here or you are welcome to contact Wallace Volvo near Jupiter.  Don't forget to check out our monthly service specials for the best price on select Volvo maintenance at Wallace Volvo of Stuart!

How often should I rotate my tires?

You should have your tires rotated every 7,500 miles.  This will extend the life of your tires and ensure you get the most out of them.  As a good rule of thumb, have your tires rotated every time you have your oil changed in your Volvo sedan or Volvo SUV. 

When should I get my brakes inspected?

Maintaining the ability to quickly and safely stop your car is incredibly important to both you and your vehicle.  Brake issues can start out small but can worsen over time leading to greater repair costs.  To stay the safest you can and avoid increased maintenance costs, you should have your brakes inspected every six months.  Most people have this done when they rotate their tires, so they don't forget!

Do you use Volvo parts for repairs?

Yes!  We use Genuine Volvo parts that fit and perform just like the factory original, so you can be confident that your purchase is the right option for your Volvo.  Order Volvo OEM parts from Wallace Volvo of Stuart.