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5 Simple Things You Can Do to Keep Your Vehicle Performing Well

5 Simple Things You Can Do to Keep Your Vehicle Performing WellVehicles are expensive to purchase, so most people want to keep their cars performing well for as long as possible. While repairs may become necessary at some point, there are some things you can do to help your vehicle to keep performing at an optimal level.

1. Don’t skip regular maintenance. The fact is, in order to operate properly and last longer, your vehicle needs to have its oil changed regularly, as well as its fuel and air filters.

2. Don’t ignore warning signs from your engine. If you hear strange noises or notice any warning lights on your dash, have them checked out as soon as possible.

3. Get any problems checked out sooner rather than later. Often a problem that starts out needing only a minor repair ends up requiring a costly major repair if it is ignored.

4. Fill up your tank before your fuel level gets too low. The bottom of your gas tank contains sediments that settle there over time. When you drive on a nearly empty tank, you run the risk of some of those being pulled into the engine, where they can do a lot of damage.

5.  Combine short trips. Most wear and tear on your vehicle’s engine occurs within the first few minutes of driving. By combining short trips, you place less stress on your engine over time, which will help it to last longer.

In addition to protecting your engine, caring for your vehicle properly can also protect its value. If you live in the Tucson, AZ, area and want the best in service and repair for your BMW, Mercedes, Audi, VW, or other German automobile, contact European Auto Tech today.

 

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