trouble on the roads… that’s will be the last thing u want. There are times when vehicles suffer from mechanical failure, they need to be moved over to Car Care Centre and get repairs. Our skilled, experienced and certified mechanic will carry out professional diagnostic, repair and maintenance services.

Wheel Lift Towing

  • wheel lift tow truck lifts a vehicle’s front or rear and leaves the other side’s wheels on the road.

  • Flatbed Towing

    • AWD vehicle can only be towed or carried on a flatbed. None of the wheels should be left on the ground as AWD is a permanent setup which means flatbed towing is the only option.

    • Multi-Storey Carpark Towing

      • We are experienced and equipped with special trucks to assure that every vehicle that require assistance in basement or multi storey carparks will be towed safely.

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          • Car Battery & Alternator
            If your vehicle won’t start, it’s usually caused by a dying or dead battery, loose or corroded connection cables, a bad alternator or an issue with the starter. It can be hard to determine if you’re dealing with a battery or an alternator problem. Here’s how to know which one is the culprit.

            Bad Battery Symptoms
            If the cranking of the engine is sluggish, like your vehicle is harder to start on cold mornings. it starts inconsistently, or there’s no sound and interior lights when you try to start, suspect a failing battery or a loose or corroded connection or electrical draw. A low battery that has visible corrosion on the terminals is probably damaged.
            If jumpstarting works, then you know you’ve got a battery problem. But you also need to figure out whether it’s simply at the end of its life or there are underlying issues.

            Bad Alternator Symptoms
            A dead or low battery can be caused by a failing alternator, where the alternator is not charging the battery.

            Schedule An Appointment

            Schedule An Appointment with Car Care Centre for a free Battery Diagnostics.

            The air conditioning unit is one of the best features and one of the utmost priority in your car, especially on a sunny island like Singapore. After driving a few months or maybe a year, you may have felt that the car AC is not as cold / effective as it used to be. few reasons why your AC is not cold…

            • Freon Leak
              • Freon is the chemical refrigerant that cools the warm air before it is blown back into your car. Leakage is the last thing you want.
            • Your Air Conditioning Needs A Recharging

              • Even the best air conditioners can lose a little bit of refrigerant over a number of years, recharging is then needed.
            • The A/C Compressor Doesn’t Engage

              • a compressor whose job it is to compress the freon. When the freon later expands, it gets very cold. Air blown across metal filled with cold freon causes the air to cool quickly. A/C compressor can be faulty and doesn’t engage.
            • Blocked or Broken Condenser

              • The condenser’s job is to turn the freon gases back into liquid. If the condenser is blocked by debris or is damaged, the refrigerant will not flow.
            • Broken Evaporator (Cooling coil)

              • Located inside the vehicle, the evaporator serves as the heat absorption component. The low-pressure liquid refrigerant mist flows through the evaporator where a blower motor pushes air across into the car compartment. Blocked or leaks cooling coil will cause your AC not cold.
            • Electrical Problems

              • It’s also possible that there is a very simple reason your car air conditioning is not cold. That is electrical and something as simple as a blown fuse can cause it to stop working.

            At Car Care Centre our professional will do a thorough assessment, and find out what happen to your AC which may take longer than stated.


            • Extraction of existing aircon gas and refilling of new aircon gas
            • Draining out air compressor oil

            LAUNCH X431 PRO3S+
            LAUNCH X431 PRO3S+ performs OE-level diagnostics to do a full system scan…

            • including ECM, TCM, ABS, SRS, BCM, etc. and actuate solenoids and actuators for active testing,
            • Features Full bi-directional control ability, to send commands to vehicle’s systems/components, to verify system input/output without using the vehicle’s controls, e.g. turn on the radiator fan, modulate the throttle, open/close windows, operate mirrors, Injector Buz Test,turn on interior & exterior lights, sound horn, test door lock actuators and such.
            • Covering 99% vehicles on the road!!!.

            This scan tool also supports almost all maintenance functions, such as…

            • Oil Reset, EPB, BMS, SRS, ABS Bleed,
            • SAS Calibration & DPF Generation,
            • Injector Coding, & TPMS,
            • Throttle Matching, Suspension Matching, etc.
            • it supports disable the lost vehicle keys and program a new replacement key fob for special vehicles.(Add A Key/Reset Key/All Keys Lost)

            If u find that your vehicle suffering from the following…

            • Excessive regeneration cycles
            • Increased fuel economy
            • Poor acceleration
            • Excessive noise
            • EGR problems
            • DPF failures
            • Breakdowns

            Don’t take risks when it comes to your vehicle. Trust in our expert team of mechanics to assess your vehicle with a thorough vehicle inspection in Car Care Centre.

            Vehicle pre-inspection is the process that your vehicle has to go through to make sure it’s suitable to be driven on the road.

            • Make sure your vehicle is up to driving standard and is roadworthy before your vehicle is due for inspection. In Singapore, vehicle inspection is a regular process for all motorists.
            • Before your vehicle breakdown suddenly by the roadside or any circumstances. Preventive maintenance is better than reactive (breakdown) maintenance
            • Reduce further damages, save money & time for repair before it become a bigger issue.
            • To avoid deterioration & maintain your vehicle at its peak condition.

            21 points inspection

            1. Check windshield wiper blades front and rear
            2. Check windshield washer fluid front and rear
            3. Check all exterior lights for proper operation, (front, rear, and side)
            4. Check vehicle front to rear for any fluid leaks of all systems and components
            5. Check brake fluid level and condition
            6. Check power steering fluid level and condition
            7. Check transmission fluid level and condition
            8. Check antifreeze fluid level, condition, strength, ph test and electrolysis
            9. Check cooling system radiator, pressure cap, hoses, clamps, water pump, thermostat, and heater core
            10. Check all drive belts, belt tensioner, and pulleys
            11. Check air filter, breather filter
            12. Check horn operation
            13. Check battery, cables, terminals
            14. Check differential fluid level and condition
            15. Check shocks, struts, torsion bars, suspension components, bushings and joints
            16. Check CV Joints, boots, drive axles, driveline universal joints
            17. Check brake friction material front, lines, hoses, fittings
            18. Check brake friction material rear, lines, hoses, fittings
            19. Check all tires tread depth
            20. Check all tires condition
            21. Adjust all tires air pressure to manufacturer’s specification or customers desired setting

            Nitrogen Gas
            Just like oxygen, nitrogen also escapes from the tyre quite slowly in case of punctures, As for nitrogen, giving it more time to run until it gets to the nearest repair station.

            In case of tyres, when the temperature increases, the air pressure inside the tyre increases and when the outside temperature decreases, the tyre pressure also acts as directly proportional to it.

            Advantages of Nitrogen inflated tyres:

            • Running temperature
              • Nitrogen reduces the running temperature of your tyre.
            • Stability
              • Nitrogen is more stable than oxygen. When compared with oxygen inflated tyres, the rise in temperatures during the heat cycle remains moderate in nitrogen inflated tyres.
                Tyres’s pressure increases when it is exposed to high temperature. Nitrogen provides a more stable pressure range in relation to tyre temperature.
            • Life span

              • Nitrogen increases tyre life. The speed of wearing of your tyres hugely depends on the operating temperature of the tyres. So, it could be beneficial to your tyre if the temperature is reduced at high speeds and load.
            • Reaction

              • Nitrogen does not react with the metal wheel rim or the tyre materials. On the other hand, oxygen might react with the moisture present in the tyre and cause oxidation. This will form rust in the components.

            Sure, there is nothing as unpleasant for a driver than to find a flat tyre. Our certified mechanics from Car Care Centre will make sure the punctures on your tyres are repaired before causing the worst.

            Puncture tyre need to be attend immediately, its either replaced with your spare tyre right away until your puncture tyre has been repair or replace. Patching tyre should be applied carefully, if the diameter of the damaged area is larger than 6mm, a repair should not be attempted.

            This means it may be possible to repair a tyre that has been pierced by a nail or a screw, but if the damage is caused by a larger item such as a bolt or other metallic debris, the tyre may need to be replaced.

            Book your Tyre Puncture Repairs at Car Care Centre. Skilled, experienced and certified mechanic carry out tyre puncture repair and maintenance services.

            RUN FLAT TYRES
            Though they first appeared in the mid-1980s, Run-Flat Technology (RFT) tyres are now more popular than ever. With some auto manufacturers making them standard in new vehicles, more consumers are asking about Run-Flats as well as their advantages and how using them impacts driving.

            What are RUN FLAT TYRES?
            With Run-Flat Technology (RFT) tyres, you can continue driving after a puncture so you make your way to a workshop or find a safe, level area to change your tyre.
            You can’t drive on them indefinitely, though. Check the manufacturer’s specifications to find out how fast and how far you can drive on your RFT tyres. RFT tyres will allow continued operation even after a loss of some or all inflation pressure for up to 50 km at a maximum speed up to 50 km/h.

            Wheel Balancing
            Correctly balanced wheels provide a smooth ride for motorists and are important for ensuring safety on the road. Here we look at what the symptoms of unbalanced wheels are… 

            • Vibrations
              • One of the most common signs of unbalanced wheels is a vibration in the steering wheel when driving.
            • Uneven or excessive tread wear
              • Perhaps one of the easiest ways to identify unbalanced wheels is by looking for signs of uneven or excessive tread wear. 
                Tyres that wear unevenly will compromise the structural integrity of the tyre which could lead to a blowout. This is because the tyre is wearing thin in one place weakening the rubber.
            • Steering problems
              • As discussed above, an uneven rotation of the wheels can be felt through the steering wheel as a vibration. This can be problematic as it can impact your ability to steer in a particular direction if needed. 
            • Bad Shock Absorbers and Wheel Bearings
              • The uneven rotation of unbalanced tyres can also affect your shock absorbers and wheel bearings too.
            • Poor Fuel Economy
              • Wheels that rotate unevenly require more power from your car, more power in turn leads to an increase in the use of fuel.


            • Prevent irregular wear
            • Maintain quality of grip
            • Enhance tyre tread life 
            • Detect irregular wear caused by misalignment 

            What is Tyre Rotation?
            Tyre rotation is the process of changing the position of the tyres on your vehicle, often done by swapping front and rear car tyres. Ideally, tyres should be rotated at intervals of 10,000km for cars and around 8000km for 4×4 vehicles,
            Why Rotate Car Tyres?
            You should rotate your car tyres because the tyres at the front of your vehicle often wear out faster than the ones at the back. By changing them frequently it helps your tyres wear more evenly and lets you get the most out of their tread life. Rotating your car tyres will also ensure you’ll achieve best possible performance when your tyres begin to wear.

            There are various ways you can rotate your tyres, usually depends on your vehicle.
            Front Wheel Drive Cars:

            • Front tyres should be moved to the back and remain on the same side,
            • Rear tyres should be brought forwards and crossed from one side to the other, for example your rear left tyre will become your front right tyre.

            Rear Wheel Drive Cars:

            • Rear tyres should be brought forward and remain on the same side,
            • Front tyres should be moved to the back of the car and crossed from one side to the other, for example your front right tyre will become your rear left tyre.

            4×4 Cars:

            • All four tyres should be rotated in a crossed direction, so your front right tyre will become your rear left tyre and rear left tyre will become your front right tyre,
            • The process is repeated with your front left tyre and rear right tyre.          

            Precision Wheel Alignment with “Hunter”

            An alignment is the process of adjusting the angles of your vehicle’s wheels back to original specifications. Though it’s sometimes so subtle you won’t notice, the alignment of your wheels can get out of whack from the jolts and mishaps of everyday driving. This reduces your vehicle’s drivability, lowers gas mileage and causes early tyre wear.

            Will It Affect My Tyres?

            Yes. they show moderate-to-severe edge wear or feathered wear. it likely means they’re being dragged along rather than rolling smoothly. You would likely end up replacing the tyre earlier than expected

            Importance of Coolant
            Coolant, also known as radiator fluid, It protects the car’s engine from overheating as well as freezing by flowing through a car’s engine and radiator through hoses. However, like all other consumables in your car, coolant deteriorates over time, becoming acidic by nature. It no longer functions the way it’s supposed to. Hence it needs to be changed at certain intervals. 

            The coolant does not just keep the engine cool, it also prevents corrosion and scale build-up. Hence, it’s important to keep an eye on it and top it off as and when needed, to ensure longevity of the engine and the car.

            How often should you change it?

            • Though the frequency of changing the coolant varies with the car’s brand, age and mileage, ideally it should be changed after the first 100,000km and then every 50,000km. Environmental regulators prefer cars to have longer intervals so as to reduce waste fluids. Hence, quite a few automakers have equipped their vehicles with long-life coolants.
            • Ideally the coolant level should be between the ‘min’ and ‘max’ levels. If it has gone below the minimum level, it needs to be replaced.
            • If you find slight discoloration in the fluid inside the radiator, then it should be changed immediately. 
            • When small fragments or dirt is found on the top of the fluid indicating its impurity then the cause needs to be detected and coolant changed. 
            • Also the type of coolant you use and the environment you use the car in determines the frequency in changing coolant. 

            Total Coolelf Auto Supra Coolant
            This Coolant is top-of-the-range product of our cooling liquid. Equipped with Organic technology, this coolant ensures a long-term action to offer maximum protection against any type of corrosion, erosion and cavitation, even at high temperatures. The organic additives in COOLELF AUTO SUPRA -37°C ensures that the coolant’s provide maximum heat transfer, avoiding formation of deposits (no risk of limescale) and leaves surfaces clean.

            • Ready for use, as a mix with demineralised water
            • Inert to elastomeric seals and paint
            • Can be used for cast iron as well as aluminium engines, and in engine radiators in aluminium or copper alloy.
            • Recommended oil change interval: 
            • 500,000 km / 4 years when used in trucks. 
            • 250,000 km / 5 years when used in cars.

            Car Engine Overhaul
            Basically, what an engine overhaul consists of.

            • Taking your engine apart, clean it up and replace any damaged engine parts or seals.
            • Replacing the pistons rings, cylinder liners & all pistons.

            • Every nut, bolt and removable part must be cleaned and replaced with new, original factory engine parts.
            • and then put it everything back together like new.

            Engine issue
            When a car’s engine begins to sound ‘funny’, when it idles, while it is accelerating, or as it turns off, then you may need an engine overhaul. Even smoke billowing from the exhaust pipe, or if your car runs too hot, it could spell serious engine damage. It is hard to say without a check-up from a reputable workshop like Car Care Centre.

            Book your appointment at Car Care Centre. Skilled, experienced and certified mechanic will carry out repair and maintenance services or Engine Overhaul if needed.