Do I Need Service?
Your Leading Choice For MINI Cooper Service Near Me
Before making an appointment to bring your MINI in for service, use this checklist to help determine whether you should schedule a service visit.
Control Display Check
Your MINI’s control display has a vehicle status monitoring system under the “My MINI” menu. The “Vehicle Status” allows your MINI to communicate when there is a service need. It will let you know whether you need an oil change, a wiper fluid re-fill, a service on your brakes, or routine service maintenance.
The video below will instruct you how to navigate to the Vehicle Status menu. We recommend you check this at least monthly. Please keep in mind, this is only a check of the basic vehicle condition.
It is Pennsylvania law to have a yearly safety inspection, and some counties require emissions testing. The inspection sticker on your front windshield will display the month for when an inspection is due. If you’re within a three-month time frame of the sticker month, your car is due. For professional MINI service, schedule your appointment today and we’ll help you get back on the road in a safe, inspected MINI!
Rather than always searching for the “best MINI Cooper service near me,” on Google, you should consider Otto’s MINI, a family owned service center and MINI Cooper repair shop. Our MINI certified technicians perform a wide range of MINI car service work including oil changes, tire repair, MINI Cooper state inspections, and MINI Cooper transmission repair. Before making an appointment to bring your MINI in for service, use this checklist below to help determine whether you should schedule a service visit.
If you are still unsure whether your vehicle needs service, please fill out the form below, and one of our Service Advisors will reach out to you.