Don't forget the maintenance! It's the little things that count, and checking a few of these little things off your list will put you ahead of the game, and ease the pain in your wallet. Most maintenance checks only take a minute, and most maintenance tasks can be tackled in an afternoon. If you don't maintain your car and you'll pay the price down the road.
Your vehicle manufacturer came up with a maintenance schedule and service intervals that are specific to your car or truck, but check out our easy to follow regular maintenance checklists to keep up with your car's needs.
We understand routine vehicle maintenance can be a difficult task to keep up with. However, there can be serious implications of not staying up to date on your car’s maintenance schedule.
There are some basic items in or on your car that should be regularly checked or replaced.
Air filter; Antifreeze; Battery; Belts; Brakes; Engine Oil; Exhaust; Hoses; Lights; Oil Filter; Power steering fluid, Shock absorbers; Tires; Transmission Fluid; Washer fluid; Wiper blades
The best way to ensure each maintenance item of your car is in order is to consult your owner’s manual or take your vehicle to J&J Starter Shop and get it inspected. Getting a thorough inspection is the best route to ensure you do not miss anything.
Another way to keep you car well-maintained is to wash it frequently. Regular washing and waxing helps maintain your car’s value as well as appearance. Vehicles with oxidized paint or a rusty body cannot be economically restored.
Consequences of Procrastinating