Servicing a new car is crucial to keeping it looking better and lasting longer, so make sure you stay on top of the maintenance schedule and address these needs.
Check Oil Level and Quality Each Month
Most modern vehicles only need oil changes every 5,000 miles or so, but it’s still a good idea to check the actual level and quality of the oil at least once a month to make sure there are no leak and the oil isn’t too dirty.
Keep Up with Tire Pressure
Improperly inflated tires can lead to a whole host of problems, from reduced fuel economy to uneven tread wear. Make sure you break out the pressure gauge regularly and keep your tires inflated.
Wash Your Vehicle Regularly
Washing your vehicle doesn’t just keep it looking nice. The accumulation of dirt and grime can cause lasting wear-and-tear, especially if you live in an area where salt accumulates on the undercarriage in the wintertime.
Have Routine Inspections Every Oil Change
Whenever you go in to have the oil changed, you should have a professional look over your vehicle. Things like checking battery charge, inspecting brakes, checking fluids, changing filters, and other routine maintenance should be performed regularly.
Follow these simple guidelines for servicing a new car to keep it in like-new condition longer. Here at E-Z Way Auto Sales, we inspect every vehicle before we put it on the lot to sell to you. Check us out today!