2479 Citrus Blvd., Leesburg, FL 34748
Locally owned and operated, serving Lake County and surrounding areas since 2002


Front-end alignments, also known as wheel alignments, are essential services that involve adjusting the angles of a vehicle's front wheels. Proper alignment ensures that the wheels are parallel to each other and perpendicular to the road, which can improve handling, reduce tire wear, and increase fuel efficiency.

There are three main types of wheel alignment: toe, camber, and caster.

Toe alignment refers to the angle at which the front wheels point inward or outward when viewed from above. Proper toe alignment ensures that the tires are running parallel to each other and perpendicular to the road, which can help prevent tire wear and improve handling.

Camber alignment refers to the angle at which the wheels tilt inward or outward when viewed from the front or back of the vehicle. Proper camber alignment can improve handling and reduce tire wear and is especially important for vehicles that are driven aggressively or have wider wheels and tires.

Caster alignment refers to the angle of the steering axis when viewed from the side of the vehicle. Proper caster alignment can help improve steering stability and reduce steering effort and is especially important for vehicles that are driven at high speeds or that tow heavy loads.

Regular front-end alignments can ensure your vehicle's safe and proper operation and extend the life of your tires. During a front-end alignment, our trained technicians will use specialized equipment to adjust the angles of the wheels to the manufacturer's specifications.


Knowing when to replace your brakes is an integral part of vehicle maintenance. Brake pads and rotors wear down over time due to friction and heat generated during braking. Here are some signs that it may be time to replace your brakes:

  1. Squeaking or grinding noise: If you hear a high-pitched squeaking or grinding noise when you apply the brakes, it may be a sign that the brake pads are worn down and need to be replaced. This noise is caused by the metal backing of the brake pad rubbing against the rotor.
  2. Vibrations or pulsations: If you feel vibrations or pulsations in the brake pedal when you apply the brakes, it may be a sign that the brake rotors are warped or unevenly worn. This can cause uneven braking and affect the overall safety of the vehicle.
  3. Reduced braking performance: If you notice that it takes longer to stop the vehicle or that the brakes feel less responsive than usual, it may be a sign that the brake pads are worn down or that the brake system needs to be inspected for other issues.
  4. Warning light: Many newer vehicles are equipped with brake warning lights that illuminate when the brake system needs attention. If the warning light comes on, it is important to have the brakes inspected as soon as possible.

Regular brake inspections and maintenance can prevent costly repairs and ensure the safe operation of your vehicle. It is recommended to have the brakes inspected by a trained technician at least once a year or whenever you hear unusual noises or experience any issues with the braking system.

Engine Diagnosis

Diagnosing an engine problem requires the help of a trained mechanic, and we have several of them at Champion Rental Purchase / Rent N Go.

It is important to address any issues with the engine as soon as possible, as they can quickly escalate and lead to more severe problems if left untreated. Regular maintenance and preventative care can help prevent engine problems from occurring in the first place.

Here's how we diagnose engine problems:

  1. Identify the symptoms: We pay attention to any unusual sounds, smells, or behavior exhibited by the engine. This could include knocking, ticking, grinding noises, smoke or unusual exhaust emissions, or loss of power or acceleration.
  2. Check the fluids: We inspect the oil, coolant, and transmission fluid levels to ensure they are at the appropriate levels. Dirty or low fluids can cause a variety of engine problems.
  3. Perform a visual inspection: We look for any obvious signs of damage or wear, such as cracks in the hoses, loose or corroded electrical connections, or damaged belts.
  4. Use diagnostic tools: If the problem is not immediately apparent, we will use diagnostic tools to check for issues with the engine's sensors, computer, or other components. This could include using a code reader to check for stored error codes or a multimeter to check electrical components.