Maintenance is something most of us ignore, until our vehicle stops functioning, that is. And then we wonder what went wrong, where. Maintenance is one of the most serious aspects of ownership. It determines the longevity, performance and reliability of whichever vehicle you drive.
Looking after your vehicle involves more than taking care of its external coat of paint and keeping it clean and shiny.
Maintenance means taking care of all the parts, even those that are inside the bonnet. These are the ones that directly concern the performance of your vehicle. Besides taking it to the service station at regular periods, it is a good idea to go through the owner's manual that will give a fair idea about its routine maintenance.
Wash your car regularly, wax your car once in a while to keep he body shining and free from corrosion.
Checking the battery, keeping a check on the oils, changing the oils, checking the electrical system, are some of the absolutely unavoidable things. Take care of any minor concern as soon as you can. It won’t cause serious problems and expensive repairs.
As soon as your feel there is any problem with your car, like any irregular noise, vibrations. Shimmer, any leak or any warning light comes on while you are driving. Have your car inspected as soon as you can.
Regular tune-ups will help improve fuel mileage as well as ensure the maximum performance of your vehicle.