5 Tips to Make Your Car Last Forever
Posted by: Simon Lawrenc
This week we’ve got 5 tips on how to make your car last forever
This is a great way to change the way you handle your vehicles, or even learn some new techniques on how to better your vehicle care.
Read below to check out these great tips!
5. Maintain Regularly Scheduled Checkups-carcheckup
When it comes to maintaining your vehicle for the long haul it’s always important to keep up to date with your required car checkups. These are essential to improving the longevity in your automobile and should be treated as a priority when looking to preserve the life of your car.
4. Buy fuel from gas stations you know and trust-shellgasstation
Sometimes it’s the unexpected You may run the risk of harming your gas tank and engine by getting gas from an unknown gasoline company. It’s also been proven that putting premium gasoline in your car instead of regular further help your engine run stronger. Some of the top tier gasoline companies include Shell, Exxon, Mobil, Chevron and many more which you can find here: http://www.autoguide.com/auto-news/2012/12/which-gas-stations-sell-the-best-quality-gasoline.html .
3. Fuel Injector Fluid-
Not only is it important to use high quality gasoline, but it is also important to make sure that gasoline does not begin to glob up in the engine, this will cause further issues in how smoothly your engine is running. It is important to inset fuel injector fluid every 6,000 miles on a full tank of gas. Two great and trusted brands are STP and Lucas.
2. Keep A Clean Car-Clean-Your-Car-Step-17
No one wants to have a dirty car, not only is it unappealing it is also bad for the well-being of your vehicle. It is always smart to wax your car following a wash to keep the paint in tip top shape to avoid fading and even rusting. Interior upkeep is also vital, tasks such as vacuuming help keep the interior in the best shape possible.
1. Use a Trusted Mechanic–
If you want your car to run with the best it needs to be serviced by the best. It is advised to only use trusted mechanics with a good reputation, or if you know friends who have used that mechanic in the past with great results. If you use a mechanic who does less reliable work just because their price may be a little bit lower it can end up costing you a considerable amount of expensive work needed down the road.
Posted by: Simon Lawrence , General Manager/Owner