Some of the highest-priced car repairs could have been prevented with inexpensive, simple car maintenance. By performing this maintenance on a regular basis, you can potentially save yourself thousands of dollars over the lifetime of your car! Here are a few simple items to do on a regular basis:
– Check your fluid levels and fill as needed – Check your tire pressure and adjust as needed – Change your oil as recommended in your car’s owners manual – Have a professional safety inspection at least every other oil change – Have your transmission serviced as recommended in your car’s owners manual Here’s a few other suggestions from Scotty Kilmer, a mechanic for over 46 years.
A part of car ownership involves vehicle maintenance and the occasional shopping trip to replace obsolete auto parts. Whether the parts aim to maintain the function of the vehicle, or you’re looking to improve the appearances of your vehicle, shopping will present a whole new challenge if you can’t determine the difference between OEM and Aftermarket Parts.