Happily Ever After With Your Car

car valentineIf you want to add more years to the relationship between you and your car, give it a little extra attention this Valentine’s Day in the form of an oil change, tune-up or other loving service to make sure it runs happily ever after. Just a little extra care can lead to a longer life for your car.

“There’s no debating the value of preventive maintenance to keep your car running efficiently. By giving your vehicle a little more attention now, you’ll avoid the heartbreak and unexpected expense of car trouble down the road,” said Rich White, executive director, Car Care Council.

Schedule a tune-up annually to optimize your car’s performance. A well-tuned engine delivers the best balance of power and fuel economy and produces the lowest level of emissions.

Change the oil and filter per the owner’s manual. Periodic oil and filter changes keep your engine clean on the inside.

Check the tire pressure monthly, including the spare. Your car’s tires affect its ride, handling, traction and safety.

Have the alignment checked annually. Potholes and other road conditions, as well as normal wear, can take their toll on your car’s steering and suspension. A wheel alignment reduces tire wear, improves fuel economy and handling, and increases driving enjoyment and safety.

Inspect the windshield wipers and lights on the car. Lights and wipers play a major role in safe driving, and they are normal wear items that need periodic replacement.

We can help with all of your vehicle’s maintenance needs. Call Douglas Automotive Repair Inc today to schedule your vehicle today!

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