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Meet Us Monday: Service Director, Jeff Lind

We get to know our customers each and every day, so we'd like you all to get to know us, too! Introducing: Meet us Mondays! 

 

We're kicking off this series with our service director, Jeff Lind! 

 

 


Q. How long have you worked for Frank Leta?

 

A. 20 years in March!

 

Q. What position did you start in, and what position are you in now?

 

A. I started as a service advisor and dispatcher…

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2 Important Things To Do Before You Drive This Winter

As the colder weather begins to roll in (and snow inevitably falling on our roads), it's important to keep a close eye on your tires. So, we'd like to set you up with a few helpful tips to ensure your tires will withstand the winter months:


1. Check your tire tread. Tire tread is important because the worse your tire tread condition is, the less stopping ability your car then has. Checking your…

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Summer Vs. Winter: Gasoline

 

Do you ever think about gasoline? I mean, beyond the occasional oh-shoot-my-gas-light-is-on thoughts? I hadn't either, until I found out the gasoline we put into our tanks is different in the summer than the gasoline we pump in the winter. 


I got the rundown from our service manager, Paul (who could just as easily work as a stand up comedian, in my opinion). Allow me to break it down for you via his words…

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How Often Should I...?

 

Keeping on top of your car maintenance can be overwhelming. Remembering when you're supposed to "check this" and "change out that" can be confusing, and honestly, who can keep track? 

In search of the answers, I went straight to the source, our assistant service manager, Paul. Read on to find out how often we really need to do things like rotate our tires...

"How often should I change my oil? I've heard I…
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Explaining ECON

 


It’s that mysterious green button on your dash with those four letters: E-C-O-N. What does it mean? What happens when I push it? When should I push it? In case you have been asking yourself any of these questions, I thought I would break it down for you so that you may use this button to your benefit. Read on…


Q. What does ECON stand for? 

A. The ECON button, as you probably assumed, stands for…

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Regular VS. Synthetic Oil: "What's the difference?"

 

You're at the dealership about to turn your car over to receive a quick oil change when the service employee asks, "Would you like us to use regular or synthetic oil?" Obviously you want to seem like you know what they're talking about, so you take a stab in the dark and hope you chose the right option (*fingers crossed*). 

Instead, let me take the guess work out of this one for you…

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Congratulations to our new Service Director, Jeff Lind!

Jeff Lind


A big congratulations to Jeff Lind for his promotion to Service Director over the entire Frank Leta organization.  Jeff was an advisor at Frank Leta Acura for 16 years.  2 years ago he accepted the position of Service Manager at Frank Leta Honda, and has helped elevate their level of service.  
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What Is Leta Loyalty?

 

One definition of loyalty describes it as "a feeling of strong support for someone or something". Supporting our customers has always been a priority at Frank Leta, but we wanted to create something to show just how important it is to us, so we started The Leta Loyalty Program


The Leta Loyalty Program is our way of thanking you, the customer, for choosing Frank Leta for all of your vehicle's needs when you have numerous dealerships to choose from. The program is based on points, which you can ultimately use towards the purchase of your next Frank Leta vehicle--whether…

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How To Prepare Your Car For Summer

 
 

Coming out of winter is a glorious thing: You no longer have to drive through blinding blizzards, the dirt-colored mounds of snow on the side of the roads are no longer a hazard, and you can finally get that car wash and rest assured that it will stay clean. 


Before you roll those windows down and take that first summer road trip, though, there are a few things you should do for your car's…

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Clean Up Your Car!



The kids are back in school, or are on their way back soon. It's a perfect time to clean out your vehicle after a summer of road trip snack bags, sand, parade candy wrappers and Popsicle stains. Ice cream may have seemed like a good idea after a day at the pool, but your seats may not feel the same way. Your hike with your four-legged family member may have been fun, but cleaning…

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