Continuous use of your vehicle without maintenance of its critical parts can cause it to become unhealthy sooner rather than later. Regular maintenance helps keep your car in the best running condition.
Most car owners will sell it at some point. If you maintain your car on a regular basis you can yield a higher selling price. Simply show the buyer a copy of all of your maintenance records, which will give them peace of mind and make your car an attractive purchase.
Preventative maintenance helps avoid road troubles altogether. When you get into your car every day, you expect it to take you where you need to go without any problems. Imagine how frustrating it will be if your car suddenly stops in the middle of the day. You'll probably be late for an appointment, or, you might not make it to your destination at all.
Vehicles that are not properly taken care of become gas guzzlers. Oil changes and tire rotations/pressure checks help keep your gas consumption at an appropriate level.
Driving a well-maintained car also has an amazing side-effect: it makes you feel good. It’s easy to be relaxed while driving if you know that your car is well maintained.
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Preventive maintenance is key to the safety, longevity, and reliability of your car. Reach out today to schedule a service with us.
The fluids in your car are there to protect your internal systems. One of the main items on the list of preventative maintenance services is to keep the fluids clean, at the proper protection levels, and uncontaminated. Preventive maintenance includes having your vehicle regularly inspected, which means having the fluids changed before they get dirty and replacing them due to age and mileage. However, there are other systems within your vehicle that needs preventative maintenance:
Preventive maintenance is regularly performed tasks that you have done on your vehicle to lessen the likelihood of it failing or having to do a bunch of costly repairs.
Oil changes, tire rotations, topping off fluids, and changing the front and rear brakes are little things that can make a big difference. But what is the point?
Check out the 5 reasons you should perform preventative maintenance below:
Air and Cabin Air Filter
Throttle Body & Fuel Injectors
Belts, Hoses, Idler Pulleys, and Tensioners