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Eric von Schledorn Auto Group ready to serve SE Wisconsin

A trusted name in auto service can help with any make or model

RANDOM LAKE, Wis., Dec. 31, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The Eric von Schledorn Auto Group is one of Southeastern Wisconsin's top sellers of new and used cars. However, their relationship with the buyer is not over when the ink dries on the sales paperwork. They are committed to providing total service from bumper-to-bumper once someone takes ownership of a new or used vehicle. Eric von Schledorn and his group of highly trained service professionals stand ready to service today's most popular new and used cars regardless of make or model. The number one concern of the Eric von Schledorn Auto Group in Random Lake, WI is you get the proper work done, promptly and at a reasonable price.

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Preventative maintenance is a simple concept that can have wide ranging repercussions in the life and quality of experience someone's vehicle. It is hard to imagine a car owner that doesn't know that oil changes are one of the most important things that have to be done are regular intervals. But in case there are some uninformed drivers out there, here are some reasons for regular oil changes: An internal combustion engine is made up thousands of metal parts that are fit together with incredible precision. It is very important that these do not rub together. Oil provides a barrier to prevent this from happening. Oil's ability to do this is degraded overtime as the viscosity of the oil breaks down. Most modern vehicles can go beyond the gold 3,000-mile marker. An EVS technician will be happy to discuss the needs of a particular vehicle and set up a proper oil change schedule.

Some other basic services the Eric von Schledorn Auto Group in Random Lake, WI provides are: Front end alignment, tire rotation, coolant and transmission flush, vehicle check-up/inspection and filter replacement. All of these services, when done at the proper intervals, will help the average driver keep their vehicle running in top shape well past the coveted 100,000-mile barrier.

EVS Auto Group is also on the cutting edge of technology for scheduling service appointments. They, better than anyone, understand that groans, knocks and general automotive maladies do not follow normal business hours. So when the unfortunate strikes, afflicted parties can use an online form to schedule service should the need arise after hours. A qualified representative from EVS Auto Group will contact that person to confirm the appointment.

In addition to offering some of the best automotive service in Southeastern Wisconsin, Eric von Schledorn sells top quality new and used cars from the nation's top manufacturers. To reach the showroom by phone call (866) 263-7795 for the Ford Store and (800) 648-6789 for the GM Store. Eric von Schledorn Ford is located at W4873 County Road RR Random Lake, WI 53075 and Eric Von Schledorn Chevrolet Buick Cadillac is located at 805 East Green Bay, Saukville, WI, 53080. Both stores can be found on the web at www.buyevscars.com.

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Tony Jensen Eric von Schledorn Ford, (866) 263-7795, [email protected]

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