Hybrid Car Repair -- Electric Vehicle Repair

Serving Glenview, Northbrook & The North Shore Area

Loyola Service can help you keep your hybrid or electric vehicle running efficiently and Eco-friendly.  You will find the expertise and premium parts needed to get your hybrid or electric vehicle back on the road in no time. The days of being stuck with dealer repairs, and the sky high bills that come with them, are over. At Loyola Service you will find highly trained and qualified mechanics with expertise for your hybrid auto repair.  We have the technology that is needed to service hybrid cars, such as electric drivetrain components & regenerative braking systems.

Since 1994 -- Family Owned & Serving The North Shore

Your hybrid car's electric motor allows it to save gas when driving around in stop and go traffic. Getting your car rolling strains your engine much more than cruising along at a steady pace. This is where the torque of an electric motor comes into the hybrid drive system, and where your gas savings come from. Our experts are trained to keep those savings coming, by ensuring that the electric motors in your hybrid or EV are in optimal working condition. We provide diagnostic testing, repairs, and preventative maintenance for drivers to make sure your hybrid or EV vehicle remains at peak performance.

Without your vehicle's battery and charging systems, those fuel-saving electric motors will have no power to turn. The specialized batteries in hybrid and electric vehicles are the most expensive part of the entire system, so they should be serviced by mechanics that have expert training in the field. At Loyola Service, our certified technicians are fully trained across all major manufacturers' power systems and we will service your vehicle's battery and charging systems. As with your vehicle's electric motors, we can diagnose and repair issues, as well as sourcing and installing quality replacement parts should the job require it.

The capacity for regenerative braking is another benefit of your hybrid or EV. This kind of braking puts the electric motors into reverse, assisting the mechanical brake pads and slowing the vehicle while generating electricity to charge the battery. A beneficial side effect of this system is the longevity that drivers see in the life of their brake system. We carefully monitor your vehicle's brake pads to ensure the pads last as long as possible, saving you even more money in the process. When it's finally time to replace the pads, we'll have you back on the road!

Call Loyola Service Today @ (847) 729-8740

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