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Now that 2009 is over, for many it is the ideal time to start making New Year’s resolutions. Among these, for many motorists it may be the goal of taking better care of their car or perhaps even selling the old one to make way for a shiny new model. The New Year is a great time to form new habits to make sure your car stays in good health.
Many motorists will pay little attention to the health of their car, and sometimes this can be its undoing, as many common car failures, such as flat tires, discharged batteries, and engine problems, can occur when the driver is inattentive. to small checks and maintenance tasks. . These tasks do not require a degree in mechanics and engineering, and most general maintenance supplies can be purchased reasonably priced at any good auto shop or even your local gas station (although be careful, gas stations can charge inflated prices for standard products.
Checking your oil
Your engine needs oil to ensure it runs smoothly. An oil starved engine is easy to spot. Most likely, the engine sounds different than normal, rattling or banging, indicating there is a problem. Checking your engine oil levels regularly and refilling when necessary will ensure that your car runs smoothly and does not develop costly damage over time.
Checking your tires
Your tires are vital to the performance of your car on almost every level; braking, acceleration and handling may be affected. If your tires are worn out or have poor tread, not only are they prone to punctures, they won’t have as much grip. Check the tread of all four tires, as well as making sure your spare tire is in good condition, since you never know when you will need it.
Checking your lights
Your lights are vital to your safety and that of others on the road, if one of them is off, it could cause an accident. Brake lights and headlights are the most important lights in your car, especially in the dark. Your brake lights are vital in showing drivers behind you that you are slowing or stopping. Check your lights regularly and especially before driving long distances or on the highway to avoid any problems.
There are many other ways to ensure that your car stays in good condition and is safe on the road, allowing you to get to your destination without a hitch.