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Maintenance tip for brand new cars

REGULAR MAINTENANCE IS KEY: The car manual will outline the different things you need to do to keep your car running smoothly. It will also…

REGULAR MAINTENANCE IS KEY: The car manual will outline the different things you need to do to keep your car running smoothly. It will also tell you how often you should perform those tasks and with what type of fluid. The most common maintenance tasks are:

 Check the oil level at least 4 times a year. Check the brake fluid level regularly, especially if you notice a difference in the brake pedal. Check the automatic transmission fluid once a month. Have the engine cleaned every one to two years

GIVE YOURSELF SPACE: Avoid parking in tight spots. Even if you don’t tap the other car’s bumper as your parking, there’s a good chance other drivers will bump into your car while trying to get out of a tight space.

LISTEN TO YOUR DASHBOARD WARNING LIGHTS: If a dashboard light stays on, refer to your car manual to diagnose the problem. Most car manuals have an illustrated page at the end that shows dashboard symbols and their possible meanings. Whatever you do, don’t ignore the light because even if the car is functioning normally, it’s just a matter of time before it will fail in some way or brake down. Most problems, such as a low oil level, can be fixed quite easily if they’re addressed as soon as the dashboard warning light goes on.

These are just a few that go a long way.


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