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Being a new drive on the road can be fun and exciting. You will want to make sure that your vehicle is well maintained and in good operating condition. If you suspect there is an issue, make sure to schedule an important so we can inspect the vehicle for you. By having the issue corrected, you can help avoid inconvenience and potential safety hazards.

 

By inspecting the vehicle, you can help keep it operating efficiently and at top performance levels when you drive. There are some things you should check regularly to help prevent a breakdown.

Check all fluids, including engine oil, power steering, brake and transmission as well as windshield washer solvent and coolant.

Inspect the hoses and belts to make sure they are not cracked, brittle, frayed, loose, or showing signs of excessive wear.

 

Remember to inspect the battery. Make sure the connection is clean, tight, and corrosion-free.

Check the brake system, including the brake rotors and pads. Remember to notice if there is a change in how your vehicle brakes when you apply the pedal.

Check the tires, including tire pressure and tread. Uneven wear indicates a need for wheel alignment. Tires should also be checked for bulges and bald spots.

 

Remember to check the wipers and lighting so that you can see and be seen. Check that all interior and exterior lighting is working properly and replace worn wiper blades so you can see clearly when driving during when there is precipitation. By checking these parts, you can help ensure that your vehicle is in the best condition possible when you drive.