Sure enough that we took care of our car. But do we know what to do to take care of it? More and more cars break down every day because people fail to take care of them the right way. How can we better take care of our car to avoid unnecessary repair expenses? There are simple and easy things you can do to make sure your vehicle is up to the same standard as the day you purchased it!
*Start off by making sure your oil filter is changed every 3,000-4,000 miles so you don't have any major problems when it comes to that.
*Have all fluids such as brake, transmission, windshield washer and power steering fluid check regularly. This is a major part of taking care of your vehicles upkeep.
*Check your tire inflation at least once a month. This will help detect slow leaks that could possible lead to flats ahead of time.
*Check the battery and cables for signs of corrosion or grime. If your battery takes battery fluid, also make sure it's regularly checked.
*Have the lighting system check regularly also. This means all inside lights, headlights, turn signals and brake lights.
*Check windshield wiper blades for streaks or cracks rotate blades at least once a year to be safe.
*Check engine belt regularly, sometimes belts may be worn or have a tendency to get cracks.
*Change the air filter every time you change your oil just as a rule of thumb.
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If you are into latest symbol, I suggest you go with 2010 Porsche . This car fills out its lineup with a truly spacious four-door that makes few compromises in its search for buyers seeking shattering power, great handling, and real room for four adults. Its cabin is a blend of leather, wood and plastic. Its ignition sits to the left of the steering wheel, with wide flanks surround the console and overhead controls.
If you are into style, I guess you would like 2010 Audi TT . Its Art Deco-inspired style made a much deeper impression than its less impressive performance. The seat and steering wheel design give the "interior a sporty feel." The flat-bottomed steering wheel helps the driver get into and out of the car. The TTS gets a host of other improvements inside to match its dressed-up exterior, including "more brushed aluminum, gray-faced instruments whose white needles perform a fashionable flick before start-up.
Another model that would surely break your neck is the 2010 Lamborghini . Oh, I know Lambo always been the “head-turner”. You have to be appealing enough to dare to drive on this very special car. It is in the list of the “too-hot-to-hold-onto” cars. As somebody says; “Lambo’s droptop fighter jet shows its face ahead of its official debut.”
And if you are into strength, 2010 Mazda CX-7 is perfect for you. It is a mid-size, five-passenger crossover designed to deliver the utility of a small SUV and the driving experience of a passenger car.” Autoblog commented that “Mazda has refined the CX-7 inside-and-out, including a redesigned front end with a larger five-point grille and different front and rear fascias.” Overall, Left Lane News reviewers indicate that the “most noticeable changes include larger side air-intakes, giving the CX-7 a much more aggressive look” that includes a hint of Mazda’s “familiar ‘smiling’ front grille.”
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