Downtown Toyota's factory-trained service technicians spend around 60 minutes making over motor vehicles with oil changes, tire rotations, vehicle inspections, and car washes. Automotive physicians relieve vehicles of their used petroleum, swap out old filters with new replacements, and pour parched cars an oil cocktail to help them relax. To ensure even wear and non-wobbly drives, car podiatrists then adjust tire pressure and rotate tires to opposite axles. Technicians check coolant, brake, and transmission-fluid levels before topping off washer fluid as needed and lubricating all latches, hinges, and locks. Vehicles kick back during a rigorous inspection, in which auto experts evaluate exterior lights, drive belts, brake hoses, and lines. Front brake pads, Rotora brakes, rear brake drums and linings sit quietly during their check ups, and the parking brake or rear disks and pads impress technicians with their stopping power. The car experts also check batteries and scan their eyes over exhaust systems, crankcases, ventilation hoses, valves, and terminals. Finally, all services end with an exterior car wash, where jets of water restore listless paintjobs to gleaming shines and expose bicycles masquerading in cardboard car cutouts.