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The Ultimate Maintenance Schedule for Your Vehicle

A well-maintained vehicle helps ensure everyone in and around the car is safe. Vehicles that are properly maintained are also less likely to break down, which could save you money. Keeping a maintenance schedule ensures your car or truck is in fantastic shape. This article will cover the ultimate maintenance schedule you need to follow.


Car Suspension Repair

The suspension of your vehicle goes through a lot of stress. The more you drive, the more likely you will need car suspension repair. Have an annual inspection performed if you typically drive back and forth to work or use your car to take the kids to school. Consider a bi-annual review if you use your vehicle for a driving job, like Uber or pizza delivery, because this puts significant wear and tear on vehicles.


Regular Oil Changes

The oil in your car continuously circles throughout the motor while running. The fluid picks up pieces of dirt and grime as it does this. Your oil filter removes some of the dirt but doesn't remove all of it. Getting regular oil changes keeps clean, quality oil circulating throughout the engine. Lastly, oil breaks down over time. It becomes less effective. Most vehicles call for an oil change every 3,000-5,000 miles. You can ask about inspections to determine if you need car suspension repair when you get an oil change.


Tire Maintenance

Your tires will last much longer with proper maintenance. Don't wait to buy new ones when you have flat or bald tires. A good alignment promotes even wear and tear on the tires. Especially when you hit a big pothole, you should get an alignment. Tire rotation is another essential maintenance service. According to Consumer Reports, tires should be rotated every 5,000-8,000 miles. This makes them wear evenly, so they don't need to be replaced as often.


Brake Inspection

Your brakes are another crucial component of your vehicle. Contact a local company for brake services if you notice squeaking, grinding, or other noises. Have a local auto mechanic shop inspect your brakes to determine if they need to be replaced when you have an inspection for car suspension repair. Johnson's Automotive Repair offers a complete assessment covering brakes, suspensions, tires, and other systems commonly needing auto repair due to standard wear and tear.


Our experienced technicians can perform inspections and repairs on all makes and models. We specialize in car repair, tire and wheel services, oil changes, and more. Contact Johnson's Automotive Repair when you're ready to learn more about our services.

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