Want to know a bit more about Hyundai care and maintenance? Check out these helpful Hyundai service and maintenance tips from Rick Case Hyundai Plantation

Here at Rick Case Hyundai Plantation, we care just as much about our customers cars as we do the new Hyundai models for sale on our showroom floor. As such, we want to make sure you enjoy the full performance potential of your Hyundai vehicle for years to come. Luckily, as one of the premier Hyundai service centers near Fort Lauderdale, Lauderhill, Lauderdale Lakes, and Margate, FL, we've got the  tools and know-how to make that possible. In fact, we're confident that once you've experienced the care and quality of Hyundai service we provide, you simply won't want to do business with any other auto shop in the greater Plantation, FL area.


Rick Case Hyundai Plantation

925 N State Road 7
Directions Plantation, FL 33317

  • Sales: (954) 289-9146
  • Service: (954) 289-9159
  • Parts: (954) 440-7972

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Hyundai Tire Care Essentials

Why do I need to rotate my Hyundai vehicle's tires?

  • All tires wear down over time, but your Hyundai vehicles' tires may wear down unevenly if you don't rotate them regularly. In front-wheel drive Hyundai models, the front wheels will wear down faster than the rear ones, so regularly having them rotated at our Plantation, FL Hyundai service center can help significantly extend your tires' usable lifespan.
  • It's still crucial to rotate your tires with an all-wheel drive Hyundai vehicle, but not as often as you would with a front-wheel drive model. If you need to know when it's right to rotate your Hyundai's tires, consult your owner's manual or one of our technicians here at our Hyundai service center near Lauderdale Lakes, FL at your earliest convenience..

When do I need to replace the tires on my Hyundai?

  • If you notice changes in your Hyundai vehicle's ride quality like vibration from the steering column or a dramatic increase road noise, that may be a sign that your Hyundai vehicle's tires have uneven wear.
  • You can check the tread wear on your tires with something called the "Penny Test". By inserting a penny upside down into the tread well of your Hyundai vehicle's tires, you can measure their depth. The tread should be deep enough to cover about half of Abraham Lincoln's head on the coin. If you see most of Abraham Lincoln's head or all of it, make sure to visit our Hyundai service center near Margate, FL to get new tires for your car as soon as possible.

Hyundai Oil Change Essentials

When do I need to change my Hyundai car's oil?

  • The answer to this question can vary from model to model. You should check your owner's manual or make the short trip from Lauderhill, FL to our Hyundai service center to get professional advice on what the best oil change interval is for your Hyundai car.
  • Almost no Hyundai model in this day and age needs a 3,000 mile oil change, but factors like excessive heat, driving style, and road conditions make oil change intervals vary. A good rule of thumb is to check your oil dipstick every other time you go to the gas pump. Oil should be amber-colored, but if it comes up black and thick, you may want to pay us a visit at Rick Case Hyundai Plantation.

Should I used synthetic or conventional oil with my Hyundai?

  • Some Hyundai models are recommended to use synthetic oil, while others are recommended to use conventional oil. Ultimately, it's best to check with one of our service technicians or your owner's manual to find out which type of oil is right for your car.
  • At our Hyundai service center near Fort Lauderdale, we carry both conventional and synthetic oil from the most-recommended brands to ensure your Hyundai vehicle gets the care it needs in a timely manner.

Hyundai Brake Maintenance Essentials

Why should I worry about Hyundai brake maintenance?

  • When you press down on your Hyundai car's brake pedal, you expect the vehicle to stop quickly and without hesitation. Trust us when we say that the alternative isn't a very pleasant scenario. By keeping up with regular Hyundai brake maintenance, you'll be able to enjoy true peace of mind while cruising the roads of Plantation, FL
  • Even the simplest of brake problems can quickly result in costly repairs if left unchecked. We can't tell you how many times we've had to replace Hyundai brake rotors here at our service center near Lauderdale Lakes, FL, when the vehicle would have only needed new brake pads just a few weeks prior. Ultimately, if you don't want to pay lot in maintenance costs, brake maintenance should be at the top of your to-do list.

What are some signs of brake problems that I should look out for with my Hyundai?

  • Squeaking and squealing sounds when braking can indicate that you need new set of brake pads
  • Grinding sounds when braking usually indicate that you need new brake rotors
  • Brake pedal pulsing can be a sign that your brake rotors are warped
  • A sinking brake pedal can indicate a brake fluid leak or air in the hydraulic system
  • A brake light illuminated on your instrumentation can be indication of any number of issues, so it's always best to bring your Hyundai into our Plantation, FL service center to have it check out as soon as possible