1. Check Your Oil Level
Nothing is more vital to ensuring a long life for your engine than regularly checking the oil and having it changed every 3 months or 3,000 miles.
2. Use the Right Type of Gasoline
Certain cars require certain types of gas, it is important to know what kind your car needs.
3. Rotate Your Tires
Make sure to have your tires rotated every 6,000 miles. Tires wear differently in the front than in the back so it is important to have them rotated to even out the overall wear on the tires.
Cars are given a protective coat when they are manufactured to protect the paint job but this is the only defense given. Waxing provides another line of defense to scratches and sun damage to keep your cars color looking vibrant and new.
5. Replacing Your Windshield Wipers
Many people don’t realize when it’s time to replace their windshield wipers and risk the chance of driving with a dirty or damp windshield. Mechanics say your windshield wipers should be replaced every 12-18 months.