Keeping up with scheduled maintenance is the most cost-effective way to keep your car on the road. Spending a little money now can save you from more costly repairs later on. It also helps maintain the vehicle's resale or trade-in value.
Your owner's manual will tell you specifics on how to keep your car running the way it was intended. If you've lost your manual, you can find most of the information online.
Everyone knows to change the oil regularly. Keeping fluids full and checking for leaks is another essential step. Filters will need changing and regular inspection of your belts, tires, and hoses may save you headaches later on.
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Other issues to check for regularly are tire pressure, wiper blades, lights, brakes, and battery cables. Take your car in to A-1 Transmissions and Automotive for an inspection and you can rest assured you've done your part to avoid future breakdowns.