The German automaker has also launched a dedicated subsidiary called Autonomous Intelligent Driving, as it pushes to deploy the next-generation technology beyond the confines of its own brand.
While European cars are renowned for being well engineered and reliable, they are certainly not exempt from faults. Learn a few simple tips and mechanic terminology that may help when you are stranded to get back on the road faster.
When an electronic item in a car fails, until recently the only option was to buy a brand new unit from the manufacturer. In some cases, these parts cost several thousand dollars. Rather than replacing the item, Ammstar Motors is proud to announce that we can now refurbish the existing unit, returning it to its original operating state!
Is it time for your BMW’s next service? Here’s why you should visit an Independent service specialist
Yes, you read it correctly! It is not compulsory to get your BMW serviced by the dealer it was purchased from. A common misconception amongst car owners is that they may void their manufacturer warranty if they choose to get their car serviced outside of the dealership network.
If you drive a BMW, it’s safe to say you’ve chosen to drive one of the best makes of car in the world. Therefore, it’s only logical that you choose to have it maintained and repaired by someone who appreciates this fact, and knows their BMWs inside and out!
One of the simplest ways to reduce the environmental impact of your car is to keep it well maintained. Servicing vehicles regularly, as recommended, will make them run smoother as well as be more fuel efficient – saving you money, as well as the environment.
When it’s time to service your prestige car you’ll want to make sure it’s in the best hands. If you drive a European model, such as a BMW, Audi or Volkswagen, your best bet is to take it to an independent mechanic who specialises in European makes and models. Why? Because you’re guaranteed to get superior customer service from a certified mechanic you can trust.
Planning a road trip? We bet you’re already busy mapping out your pit stops and making your accompanying playlists. But if you’re planning a long trip in your car – even if it’s a new car - there are some other important things you’ll need to consider before you head off.