Car Fluids That Must Be Regularly CheckedJune 15, 2019
Fixing a car can often cost a lot of money. You have the expense of both the needed parts and finding a mechanic to make the repairs. Do you want to save money by performing the tasks on your own? Well now you can, thanks to the tips in the following article.
The TV commercials are all over the networks showing two friends chatting away oblivious to what is happening around them and WHAM another car smashes into the them while air bags are going off with blank looks coming from their faces. The ad’s apparent purpose is to demonstrate how safe this car is with front and side air bags with reinforced doors and multiple safety features where the driver and his passenger are able to walk away from it without an injury. This little 60-second commercial is over, but what happens next in the real world?
Sometimes, people believe that colder temperatures due to seasonal changes may affect their car’s motor, so they will ignore getting service. Despite the outside being a lower in degrees, the engine under your hood is still running very hot. This aspect of your auto is definitely in need of quality oil all year round. Do not delay giving it the attention it needs, go and take advantage of the deals offered at your local repair shop today.
In the past the man that first invented this was financially compensated and he kept his mouth shut, thus getting the whole technology forgotten. Recently a man from Florida rediscovered the technology and this time he immediately went public. The gas companies had no escape and now, more and more people everyday are using the technology because, let’s be honest, it works. Everyone wants to get in on the massive fuel savings.
#1 You can go to your local autodijelovi and ask them to buil/buy you one and install it. While this is the easiest option you can take, it will cost you about 1000$ (A LOT!). Now I’m not a fan of paying huge prices for things that have cheaper solutions but if you feel this might work for you, then this is the way to go.
The most common way a tire wears out, is by quickly braking or slamming on your brakes. It’s best to avoid sudden braking as much as you can. Only brake like this if it’s an absolute must. Instead, simply step on your brakes steadily and in a slow manner. This actually preserves the tire but also helps with fuel efficiency. Slamming the brakes have a great way of eating up the fuel in your vehicle like an angry monster.
A properly maintained car should last 10-15 years and 150,000-200,000 miles. To maintain your car properly, you will have to pay for the extra oil changes your engine needs if you want your new car to last a long time. So, why not just get all your oil changes done at your favorite auto service center.