Len Gilmore is an expert at Austin Porsche repair and servicing on all types of models. He puts that expertise to good use at the German Auto Center, an Austin shop that has been serving the local Porsche community for the last 35 years. Recently Len shared some of his insights in a video that covers scheduling Porsche service in Austin.

The Ideal Porsche Service Schedule for Austin, TX

Porsche service in Austin is unique compared to other parts of the country and world. If you’ve owned a Porsche elsewhere, you may find that you need to make a few modifications to your Porsche service schedule.

Porsche owners that live in Austin should plan to have their car professionally serviced once a year. That equates to roughly every 5,000 to 7,500 miles. While this may be more frequent than in the past it’s necessary for optimal performance. The weather conditions, environment and high temperatures in Austin can cause rubbers and plastics to wear and breakdown faster than they would in other areas.

Other Times to Bring in Your Porsche for Service

Len suggests three times when owners should bring in their Porsche even if it isn’t time for annual servicing. These include:

The crew at German Auto Center specialize in Austin Porsche repair and upkeep that will extend the life of your car for years to come.

Have a question about your luxury automobile or does your model need special work? Please ask using the comment box below on our German Auto Center Facebook page and one of our experts will reply! German Auto Center is owned and operated by Len Gilmore

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