The Best Care For Your Chevy EV
Thanks to our expert technicians and our nationwide dealership network, finding the best service for your EV is both easy and convenient. Chevy has been maintaining electric vehicle components for over 10 years. So when the time comes, trust that our EV service experts have the advanced tools to help keep your EV running like new.
Guide to EV Maintenance
Keep your Chevy EV running smoothly. Learn maintenance tips, with the help of EV expert technicians, at your local Chevy Certified Service dealership.
First Maintenance Visit is Covered†
Includes tire rotation and our thorough Multi-Point Inspection during your first visit to your local dealership.
Multi-Point Vehicle Inspection
Vehicle health is important to the functionality of your EV. Our Multi-Point Vehicle Inspection†, performed by a Certified Service trained technician, is designed to help keep your EV performing as it should.
Inspection Specific To Your Chevy EV:
Keeping your EV serviced in the following areas can help ensure you’re road ready and extend the life of your vehicle.
Cabin Air Filters
Coolants and Fluids
Stay on a Roll
Maintaining your tires is important. Here are some tips for extending the life of your tires.
- A trained dealership EV technician can recommend the best tires for your vehicle
- A tire rotation every 7,500 miles helps ensure even wear on tires and helps keep you safe
- Visit your dealership for tire and wheel balancing service to help ensure smooth vehicle operation
- Properly inflated tires help your vehicle run more efficiently
Drive with confidence knowing your Bolt EV or Bolt EUV includes:
Propulsion Battery Limited Warranty†
8 years/100,000 miles, whichever comes first.
Bumper-to-Bumper Limited Warranty†
3 years/36,000 miles, whichever comes first.
Included with all 2016 or newer Chevrolet EVs for 5 years/60,000 miles, whichever comes first.
Included with all 2016 or newer Chevrolet EVs for 8 years/100,000 miles, whichever comes first.
For EV Roadside Assistance please call 1-888-811-1926.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
EV’s do not require oil changes, transmission flushes, engine belt and air filter replacement or spark plugs. You still will want to keep up with tire rotations —recommended every 7,500 miles — and basic maintenance recommended for all vehicles such as new wipers, clean cabin filters and brake fluid around 5 years in.
The EV trained technicians at your local Certified Service Chevy dealership are the only experts that should be inspecting, testing, or replacing the high voltage battery. Schedule service at your local dealership and our trained EV technicians will be able to advise.
Chevrolet has been maintaining electric vehicle components for over 10 years. These automotive experts use only Genuine GM Parts & Accessories that are designed specifically for your Chevrolet. They're also tested for performance and reliability. For more details, please visit www.chevrolet.com/certified-service.html
Optimizing and maintaining your tire health can help your vehicle run more efficiently and meet the intended vehicle performance. Be sure to maintain properly inflated tires. Level of inflation may need adjusted as temperature changes. By rotating your tires, you can even out the wear to help get the most tread life from every tire. Tire rotations are recommended every 7,500 miles — for most people that’s twice a year.
As a new Chevy owner/lessee your first routine maintenance is covered† when you bring your Chevy EV into your local dealership for the first time. This includes a tire rotation and a Multi-Point Vehicle Inspection. The most important part of the first maintenance visit is the Multi-Point Vehicle Inspection. When completed by your Chevrolet dealership technician, this assessment of your vehicle’s health can give you a great picture of any current or future service needs.
Chevy MyWay† and EV LIVE† provide virtual experiences where you can talk with a Product Specialist from the comfort of your home. You can learn about overall ownership, benefits of electric vehicles, how to set up charging, expected range of each electric vehicle Chevy makes, limited battery warranty, and more.
If you’re already an owner:
The Service Advisor and EV technician at your local dealership can provide additional information on questions specific to your Chevy EV. There’s also an EV Concierge (1-833-EVCHEVY) available 7 days a week who can answer your questions one-on-one.