Drivers can get their Volkswagen model prepped for winter at Atlantic Volkswagen

Atlantic Volkswagen service department is ready to help Long Island drivers before the snow flies

WEST ISLIP, N.Y., Sept. 28, 2017 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The days of October are usually crisp, and most Long Island drivers can be seen wearing sweaters when they are behind the wheel. Some sources suggest that winter will come early for the Mid-Atlantic region and that it will be cold and snowy. Even with the winter weather, drivers still need to get to work, drive the kids to school and travel during the holiday season – and they depend on their vehicle to help get them to their desired destination. 

To help drivers ensure that their Volkswagen model stays dependable on the coldest and snowiest days, Atlantic Volkswagen houses a state-of-the-art service department. Whether it is a routine oil change or a major repair, the Atlantic Volkswagen service department has all of the tools and parts needed to get the job done. 

The technicians at the Atlantic Volkswagen service department are ready to help drivers get their Volkswagen ready for winter by offering oil changes (suggested once every three months or 3,000 miles), tire tread depth inspections and replacements, brake inspections and replacements, fluid replacements and much more. 

Additionally, Atlantic Volkswagen hosts a blog on its website, where the dealership recently published a suggested checklist for drivers to follow for their vehicle's winter preparations. 

Drivers interested in having their Volkswagen model serviced before the winter weather sets in are encouraged to schedule an appointment with the Atlantic Volkswagen service department by calling 631-983-2533 or visiting them on their website at www.atlanticvw.net. Atlantic Volkswagen is located at 555 Sunrise Highway in West Islip. 

Media Contact: Michael Macchio, Atlantic Volkswagen, 631-983-2518, mmacchio@aagny.net

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SOURCE Atlantic Volkswagen



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