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Our Mobile Service Van Is Here To Help!

Sometimes coming to the service center isn't an option. Whether you're stranded on the side of the road, your car dies in your driveway, or you aren't capable of bringing your vehicle for some other reason, our Mobile Service Van is here to help!

This Mobile Service Van is prepared to assist our customers with any of the minor services you may need. From oil changes and tire rotations to headlight replacements and battery changes, we'll bring the maintenance to you.

How Does the Mobile Service Van Work?

  • Schedule an Appointment - First, you'll need to…
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Take Advantage Of Our Paul Miller Certified Fresh Start Vehicle Sanitizer Program

During this time, it's important to keep everything as clean and sanitized as possible. While most understand this importance when it comes to washing your hands and disinfecting your home or office, most forget about one other place you should sanitize: your car.

Did you know that studies have found the steering wheel to be dirtier than a toilet seat? And that's just the steering wheel; we're not even talking about the door handles, gear shifter, seatbelt, and center console knobs.

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Are BMW Cars Reliable?

Before anyone buys a new car or SAV, they want to ensure that it will provide them with a long-lasting life of driving experiences. No one wants to purchase a car to have it fail mere years later. We, here at Paul Miller BMW, know that German cars don't necessarily have the greatest reputation for reliability, but we also know that our BMW vehicles are ready to prove that they're in it for the long haul.

How To Keep Your BMW Running Smoothly For Many Years?

It's all about the routine maintenance. The BMW brand is a…

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How Does BMW xDrive Work?

BMW xDrive is an all-wheel drive system that's both advanced and permanent. Found on many of our new BMW cars and SAVs, this all-wheel drive system is perfect for drivers in the New Jersey area, especially during the cold and snowy winter months. Not only does it provide more traction in inclement weather, but it also brings its drivers better handling and performance during the sunny days.

But, How Does BMW xDrive Work?

Throughout your normal drive, power is divided 40/60 between the front and rear axles. ?

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