What Will Preventative Maintenance Do For Me?
- Help improve fuel economy
- Help your vehicle deliver peak performance at any age
- Find minor problems early to avoid major malfunctions later
- Reveal cracks, frays, leaks and bulges in belts and hoses
- Ensure that oil, radiator, battery, power steering, brake and automatic transmission fluids are checked, changed and filled to recommended levels
- Helps your vehicle last longer
- Keeps your vehicle running safely
Proper Maintenance Helps Extend Vehicle Life!
Your driving type or vehicle usage may affect the maintenance intervals below.
You should follow the manufacturer’s service schedule that best matches your vehicle’s operating conditions.
Those recommendations may include:
- Change your engine oil at the vehicle manufacturer’s recommended service interval that matches your vehicle’s operating conditions and your driving habits
- Check your tire inflation pressure monthly
- Rotate your tires at the vehicle manufacturer’s recommended service interval or every 6 months/15,000 miles
- Change the engine air filter annually or when visibly restricted.
- Inspect Brake System every 12 months/15,000 miles
There are multiple items that need to be checked on your vehicle to keep it up to date as far as preventative maintenance goes. Remember it’s preventative maintenance, so the idea is to keep your vehicle from having a catastrophic failure. Mechanical repairs are not the same as preventative maintenance. If you believe you vehicle is in need of some maintenance CONTACT US today to schedule an appointment for a FREE vehicle inspection and advisory.