Checking your tire pressure is very important in any car maintenance. It can save you costly tire replacement. If your car’s tires are at the correct pressure, you will save on gas and greatly improve the life of your tire thread.
When you hear squealing and you don’t know what it is. Chances are, your brakes need replacing. It is very important to have your brakes in tip top shape for both safety and expense reasons. Safety is the greatest factor to change and have your car brakes working great. Money is the other because if the brakes go bad, chances are more parts will follow.
Tune up your car to save a ton of gas. When your car is not tuned, you will notice your MPG going down. A tune up consists of many things like the following: oil change, air filter replacement, tire pressure, spark plug replacement, distributor replacement, fuel filter and much more. Most older vehicles with non-electronic ignitions should be tuned every 10,000 to 12,000 miles or every year, whichever comes first. Newer cars with electronic ignition and fuel injection systems are scheduled to go from 25,000 miles to as many as 100,000 miles without needing a major tune-up.