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.
Scotty Kilmer, a mechanic for the last 42 years, shows how to avoid some common auto repair mistakes. This time, Scotty talks about avoiding common mistakes with removing and replacing your oil filter, safely doing any kind of electric work on your car, changing spark plugs, and the motor oil you use in your car.
This is great find brought to us today by the Auto Tech devision over at NBC.com Have you ever wondered how you might locate charging centers if you were/are driving an electrical vehicle? As it so happens, one of the biggest concerns of switching to an all-electric vehicle is worrying about what would happen if you ran out of juice. Our roads and major highways are dotted with gas stations of course, but what’s an electric vehicle owner to do with a green car running on empty?