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How to Keep Your Car Running Smoothly

How to Keep Your Car Running Smoothly

By on Nov 1, 2016 in Wheels & Tyres |

Owning a car is a sense of pride; owning something that gives you the independence to get from A to B can give you confidence, increased self-esteem and self-reliance. Keeping your car in good condition takes some thought and planning on your part. If you don’t service your car on a regular basis, it won’t be dependable and can cost you more money in the long run. Car servicing in Torquay can help keep your car in top condition, so it is always there when you need it. Here are just a few things you’ll need to get done on a regular basis:

* Tyres: Your tyres go through a lot, all year long. Bumpy roads, bad weather conditions, railroad tracks, bumps, potholes and regular wear and tear can all wear down your tyres over time. It’s important to maintain them and replace them when needed. Make sure they are inflated to the recommended pressure; otherwise you may find they wear down quicker, and your overall ride won’t be as smooth as it should be.

* Oil Changes: You should have your oil changed on a regular basis to keep your car running in good condition. If your oil runs out, it will seize your engine, rendering it useless. Old oil can thicken up and cause other damage to your vehicle, as well.

* Brakes: These are one of the most used components of your car and they need to work well if you want to keep everyone safe. These should be checked regularly, and brake pads should be changed every few months.

* Battery: These need to be maintained so that your car starts every time you need it to. These can wear down over time, and may need to be replaced periodically.

Car servicing in Torquay can help you keep your car in excellent condition so it lasts for years to come. Regular maintenance is critical to making sure all of your passengers are safe and comfortable.

With almost 35 years Monnington Motors Ltd have an expertise in servicing vehicles, the quality of the service on offer is second to none.

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