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How to Tell if Your MINI’s Car Battery is Dead

April 30th, 2024 by

Unsure about the condition of your MINI’s car battery? Whether you’re having trouble starting your vehicle or hearing unusual grinding noises, these are the typical indicators that your battery may be “dead”. Although a “dead” battery typically refers to one that cannot start the car, there are several signs that may indicate a faulty battery….

Preventative Maintenance Tips for the Changing Seasons

February 29th, 2024 by

Maintaining your MINI is a year-round practice, but it becomes especially important when the seasons change. As the seasons change, so do the requirements placed on your car. We’ve put together a list of preventative maintenance tips you should keep in mind as the temperatures change: Tires: Your tires will change as the seasons do….

5 Ways to Prepare Your MINI for Winter Driving

January 31st, 2024 by

Winter weather can be dangerous for both you and your vehicle. Stay ahead of the snow, sleet, and ice by winterizing your MINI at Patrick MINI. Utilize these 5 steps and don’t let your safety be compromised by driving in harsh weather conditions. Install Winter Tires With snow and ice upon us, navigating your MINI…

6 New Year’s Resolutions Every MINI Owner Should Have

December 31st, 2023 by

A new year is the perfect time set goals and resolutions. Many people think about ways to improve their health and general lifestyle, but we often forget about our cars. Your car is your prized possession and companion on the road; as a car owner it is your responsibility to take care of it. Make…

Four Essential Services You’ll Find at Patrick MINI

November 30th, 2023 by

It’s important to look after your MINI to keep all its parts and systems in good working order. Our team of car service and repair professionals is well-versed in all things related to the MINI brand and maintenance. Below are some of the most essential services Patrick MINI has to offer. 1. Multi-Point Inspections A…

Why Synthetic Oil is Better for Your MINI

September 30th, 2023 by

Every vehicle with a combustion engine needs oil to keep the internal parts lubricated, freely moving, cool, and protected from corrosion. Are you trying to decide what’s best for your MINI? Let’s dive into the difference between Conventional Oil and Synthetic Oil. Conventional Oil  Conventional oil, also called mineral oil or regular oil, is an…

Why You Should Take Your MINI to the Dealership for Service

August 31st, 2023 by

Why are we the clear choice for MINI service? It all starts with our trustworthy team. Schaumburg drivers can count on our MINI Certified technicians who are experts on all models. Patrick MINI is a premier destination for drivers looking for quality automotive service and genuine MINI parts. Our team of car service and repair…

Wheel Alignments: Why are They Important?

July 31st, 2023 by

Safety is the most important thing when operating a MINI and that starts with proper MINI maintenance. Proper wheel alignment plays an important role in ensuring the safety of a vehicle, the driver, passengers and others on the road. A correct wheel alignment is fundamental to ensure your car is driving the way it is…

Summer vs All-Season Tires: Which Should You Buy?

May 31st, 2023 by

Now that the warmer weather has arrived, let’s talk summertime tire etiquette. Most of us roll through each season with all-season tires because it’s less of a hassle to make the swap. But should you really? Let’s discuss the difference between the two so you know how to order your next set of tires. What…

How Are You Celebrating National Car Care Month?

April 15th, 2023 by

April is the time of the year when you start giving your MINI some extra care and attention. It’s a month when winter has officially come to an end, long road-trips have begun, and National Car Care Month is observed. Basic maintenance can improve your vehicle’s safety and dependability, while preventing costly issues down the…

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