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Never Skip an Oil Change!

A lot of people in Murray, KY  have older vehicles. They’re good commuters, grocery-getters or toy-haulers. They enjoy the  fact that they’re paid off, or soon will be. They would gladly like to keep their vehicles for 200,000 miles or more – as long as it’s economical to do so. There are plenty of people in Murray whose vehicles are running after 150,000 or 200,000 miles. We can learn from what they’re doing to keep our own cars on the road. There’s another reason why the scheduled oil change is so important. It’s simple –we will be looking at your car. All of your fluid levels will be inspected and topped off so they won’t get so low that damage can be done. If there is a significant fluid loss, let’s use brake fluid as an example, we can look for the cause of the loss and find the problem before it leads to an accident or costly repair. Our service technician will also visually inspect the vehicle for worn belts and hoses, uneven tire wear, leaking shock absorbers and mor ... read more

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Harlan Automotive Website Featured in AutoInc. Magazine

Harlan Automotive Website Featured in AutoInc. Magazine

Mike Harlan didn’t grow up with the dream of owning his own automotive repair shop. In fact, he completed his undergraduate degrees in Biology and Chemistry in 1989 and began the process of applying for Medical School before he realized his love for cars. He didn’t go into this challenging industry because he had no other options.  He chose it because he had a genuine love for the trade. His start in automotive repair begins with his own personal story – as a young man who needed a car and who would go to great lengths to make it work. Mike got his first car, a 1973 Chevrolet Camaro, in 1985. He knew the car well, but it had been a few years since he had seen it. It was his good friend’s car when they were in high school. Mike used to help change the oil and make other minor repairs during high school when his friend needed an extra hand. But the years went by and the two parted ways for college, until his friend called him and asked Mike if he would be int ... read more

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