Monthly Archives: March 2020

Measures We Are Taking to Prevent the Spread of COVID-19 While Remaining Open to Serve You

Measures We Are Taking to Prevent the Spread of COVID-19 While Remaining Open to Serve You

Coventry Motors wants you to know that our shop remains open during this difficult time to serve you. Auto repair is essential, especially because so many of us are relying on our vehicles at this time to get to the store or get to work for those working in essential industries. We have been closely monitoring any updates from the CDC and have adjusted our services and processes to meet the standards in place to keep everyone safe.  We truly care about the health of our employees and our customers, so at this time we do ask that all customers refrain from entering our building unless necessary. We want to do our part in preventing the spread of COVID-19 and understand that not every carrier has immediate symptoms. In order to make your experience convenient and safe, we have adopted new measures including the following: When dropping off your vehicle for service, we ask that you use the key drop off box in the bay door. Upon receiving your keys, we will wipe all keys down w ... read more

What is That Strange Smell in My Car?

We all are familiar with strange smells in our cars when we leave food or trash overnight. However, if you are smelling something strange every time you start or drive your vehicle, and there is no food or trash in sight, this can be a sign that something is wrong. Typically, a strange smell is an indication of either a leak or that a particular component is malfunctioning. Lets look at some of the most common car smells and what they can indicate. Exhaust (sulfur-like smell) - this can indicate that their are exhaust fumes inside your cabin, which is extremely dangerous to your health. Get this checked out immediately.  Gasoline - a gasoline smell usually points to some type of fuel leak in the system, which can leave you stranded if you continue driving.  Maple syrup - a sweet syrup smell is leaking coolant. Without proper coolant, your engine can quickly overheat, so be sure to have your vehicle inspection as soon as possible.  Rotten eggs - this is due to a catal ... read more

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