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Why Scheduled Mileage Services Prolong Your Vehicles Lifespan

Last updated 6 years ago

Maintenance and routine care is essential if a driver wants to keep his or her car in top working order. Here are some reasons why frequently-scheduled tune-ups are a great way to keep a vehicle running, even in old age:

Proper fluid levels

An automobile requires a variety of fluids to run properly. Whether its transmission fluid, oil, or anti-freeze, tune-ups ensure a car has the fluid levels necessary for proper operation. If an engine doesn’t have enough oil, it can seize and breakdown; the older the car, the more likely a malfunction will occur due to improper fluid levels. Constant tune-ups will keep fluids topped off and ensure a car will run smoothly, even in old age.

 Prevent accidents

One of the worst things that can happen to a project car or older automobile is a collision. A great way to prevent accidents is to routinely take the vehicle in for tune-ups. Tune-ups can spot potentially dangerous malfunctions and wear, such as thinning brake lines and improperly functioning anti-lock brake systems. By identifying problems early, you can fix defects before they cause problems on the road.

 Small fixes to avoid expensive repairs

Having a regularly scheduled tune-up for a vehicle is also a great idea for your wallet as it helps locate problems before they escalate. Performing a small repair on an engine now is better than leaving a small issue unattended as it ruins an engine or transmission. By getting a tune-up every couple of months, older vehicles can stay healthy and in good repair for a relatively low price.

At DeKalb Tire, we know what it takes to keep an older automobile in top, working condition. Whether its tire repair, wheel alignment, or wheel maintenance, we can keep your vehicle running for less. Call us at (404) 252-9895, or visit us online for more details.

 

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