With the cost of a new vehicle purchase averaging $37,000 more Americans are keeping their cars past 100,000, 150,000 and even 200,000 miles with many households delaying purchases on a new car or buying used cars.
In order to improve the longevity of your older vehicle, you need to know how to take care of your older car and be proactive about routine maintenance.
Here's a few simple reminders to avoid spending thousands of dollars on costly damage and repairs and keep your older vehicle running safely and reliably for many more years to come:
CHANGE FLUIDS REGULARLY
CHECK TIRE PRESSURE FREQUENTLY
CHANGE OIL AND FILTER ROUTINELY
REPLACE SPARK PLUGS
MAKE SURE BATTERY IS IN GOOD SHAPE
REPLACE WORN OUT PARTS WHEN NEEDED
Getting your car serviced by a trusted, professional mechanic routinely can significantly reduce the risk of breakdowns, accidents and expensive repairs.
Whether your car is older or new, our team of talented auto technicians can help you keep your car running and on the road,
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