The new year is finally upon us. That means it’s time to make our New Year’s resolutions! Many people resolve to eat healthier, exercise more often and even de-clutter their homes. But, how many of us make a resolution to take better care of our vehicles? Keep reading to learn a few simple ways you can keep your vehicle running smooth all year long.
Get Regular Maintenance
One good way to keep your car in tip-top shape is to have regular maintenance. If you can’t remember that last time you had the oil changed in your vehicle, now might be a good time to get it done. Beach Quick Lane offer the Works Service for a very economical price.
Check Your Tires
Another really good thing to do is to make sure the air pressure in your tires are at the correct level. Many newer vehicles have a tire pressure monitoring system. That system lets you know if one of your tires needs more air. Tires with proper air pressure will last long and perform better than tires that are over or under inflated. It also extends the life of the tire.
Change The Filters
We know the oil filter get changed during and oil change. But, did you know there are other filters that need changing as well? A clear air filter and pollen filter helps your vehicle’s engine “breathe” easier. Changing the cabin air filter helps you to breathe easier.
Top Off the Fluids
You’ll also want to make sure your vehicle has all the fluids topped off. Aside from motor oil, there’s transmission fluid, brake fluid, power steering fluid and coolant/antifreeze. All these fluids keep all the moving parts properly lubricated. You also don’t want to forget washer fluid!
These are just a few ways to keep your vehicle running smooth. However, there are other services like wheel alignments, air conditioning services and certain flushes that may be necessary. Beach Quick Lane can help you with most vehicle services.
Have more questions? Give Beach Quick Lane a call today. We can offer suggestions and recommend services that can extend the life of your vehicle. Don’t forget to take care of your vehicle this year. Make that New Year’s resolution to really take care of your vehicle!