Archive for March, 2019
Did you know that you do not need to make an appointment for an oil change at Newton Nissan? We know life gets busy and that your time is very valuable, so we want to help by offering an Express Service lane so that you can get in and out of the service drive as quickly as possible.
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You can come at your convenience, on your time.
What services can you receive in our Express Service Lane?
You can stop by for the following services:
- Oil & Filter Change
- Tire Rotation
- Certain scheduled maintenance services
- Battery Service
- Air/Cabin Air Filter Service
- Wiper Blade Replacement
Simply pull into the left lane at our service center in Gallatin, TN. One of our Express Service advisers will welcome you, assess your vehicle’s needs, and our Nissan certified technicians will get to work on your vehicle! While you wait, enjoy free coffee, snacks, water, and Wi-Fi!
We also have a children’s play area where your kids can have some fun with chalk and games.
Don’t forget the complimentary multi-point inspection!
Additionally, you’ll also receive a FREE multi-point inspection of your vehicle. This is an important step for your service visit, as it can alert you to a problem in your vehicle before it shows up as a much more expensive issue down the road. At the end of your visit, your service adviser will go over the inspection with you and answer any questions you may have. You will be alerted to any issues, such as how your tire treads are looking.
Areas inspected include, but are not limited to:
Have other service needs? Schedule an appointment for those here.
This week when you hear our favorite radio voice, Mike Abbondanza, be listening for some references to misspelled words. Here it is for you non-radio-listening, Spotify-streaming types:
“That’s just wrong! Wrong with a captital-R… or is it a W?”
It got us thinking… what are other commonly misspelled words? Here are 10 of our favorite examples:
- Recieve — remember that it’s “i before e except after c.” Correct spelling: Receive.
- Definately — also sometimes “defiantly,” which is just too harsh. correct spelling: definitely.
- Wendesday — anyone else say “wed – nes – day” in their head? Just me? Correct spelling: Wednesday.
- Sandwhich — the extra “h” is not actually necessary. Correct spelling: sandwich.
- Seperate — easily corrected by another in-your-head pronunciation: “sep-AH-rate.” Correct spelling: separate.
- They’re, there, & their — easily the easiest words to misuse. “They’re” = “they are;” “There” is for places; “their” is a possessive pronoun.
- Principal or principle? — remember that your principal at school is your “pal”; your principles are your values or standards.
- Tommorow — this one is especially fun to misspell while writing in cursive. Correct spelling: tomorrow.
- Goverment — you actually have to “govern” to have a government. So don’t forget the “n” in there!
- Beutiful — here’s a fun video to help you remember this one, beautiful:
What words do you find yourself misspelling (or Googling to get right)?