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Allen Samuels Chevrolet Corpus Christi

2118 S Padre Island Drive
Corpus Christi, TX 78416

  • Sales: 888-310-0891
  • Service: 888-359-4458
  • Parts: 888-714-2247

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Allen Samuels is your Saturn Authorized Service Provider. You can be sure we're doing all we can to make Saturn owners feel right at home, from offering technicians' expert training and the proper tools to providing you with genuine Saturn parts and friendly, knowledgeable people.



 


Automotive Repair in Corpus Christi

For top notch repair in Corpus Christi, there are many reasons to choose Allen Samuels Chevrolet Corpus Christi. We can help you prevent break-downs with oil changes and factory scheduled maintenance. Our Chevrolet service technicians are professionally trained and will repair your vehicle correctly the first time. Make sure your vehicle can keep up with your busy schedule by scheduling an appointment for repairs in Corpus Christi at Allen Samuels Chevrolet.


Our repair service facilities are second to none, which is why customers from all over Texas come to Allen Samuels Chevrolet Corpus Christi for vehicle service. For high quality repairs in South Texas, Allen Samuels Chevrolet Corpus Christi is your destination. Make a convenient online service appointment or give us a call at 888-359-4458. We look forward to helping your vehicle run like new for years to come!


 


Summer Driving Tips

Tire Care
Tire care, while important throughout the year, is especially critical in warm weather because long trips, heavy loads, high speeds and higher temperatures all put additional stress on your tires.

  • Check your tires regularly to be sure there are no visible signs of wear or damage.
  • Be sure your tires are properly inflated. Check your tire pressure often with a gauge, especially on long trips. Measure when the tires are cold, before you drive on them. You can find the recommended inflation pressure in your owner's manual, on a label frequently found in the glove box, near the door latch on the driver's side, or other locations on your vehicle. The recommended inflation pressure is not to be confused with the maximum inflation pressure shown on the side of the tire. At the recommended inflation pressure, tires will last longer and be less likely to fail, and the car will use less fuel. Serious injury can result from tire failure because of under inflation or overloading.
  • Never overload your vehicle. Your car and tires are designed to operate safely only up to their load limits. These limits are shown in your owner's manual and on the certification plate on the edge of the driver's door.
  • Make sure there is enough tread on the tire to operate safely, and make sure the tires are wearing normally. All grooves should be visible and deep enough to at least touch the top of Lincoln's head on a penny inserted head first in the tread. Low tread or bald tires are unsafe and need to be replaced.
  • If some spots on the tire seem to be wearing faster than others, see your service station or mechanic. You could have misaligned wheels, worn shock absorbers, or other potential problems. Make sure your tires are aligned and balanced properly.
  • Don't drive at a high rate of speed for a long time, particularly in hot weather. Obey posted speed limits. Lower speeds also mean better gas mileage.

  • Sources: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, National Weather Service, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Federal Citizen Information Center, Washington State SAFE KIDS Coalition


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