New Roads Auto Loans Releases “Vehicle Maintenance Tips Everyone Should Know”
By understanding what each of your car’s warning lights mean, you’ll be able to fix minor issues before they become big ones.
IRVINE, CA (PRWEB)
May 24, 2022
New Roads Auto Loans has announced the release of its latest resource “Vehicle Maintenance Tips Everyone Should Know”. This guide provides an overview of regular oil checks, changing the air filter, tire rotation, checking car fluids, regular car battery testing, attention to the car and smooth driving.
Regular maintenance tasks like changing the air filter, rotating tires, and checking fluid levels go a long way toward maintaining a vehicle. Air filter replacement should be done at least once a year and tires should be rotated every two years or between 6 and 8,000 miles. Fluid levels should be based on the manufacturer’s guidelines, and it’s important not to overfill fluids as this could damage the transmission.
Paying attention to a vehicle is important because of what the vehicle can tell just by looking at warning lights and listening for new sounds. “By understanding what each of your car’s warning lights mean, you’ll be able to fix minor issues before they become big ones,” according to New Roads Auto Loans. One of the most effective ways to take care of a vehicle is to practice smooth driving by observing posted speed limits and not braking suddenly.
To learn more about vehicle maintenance tips everyone should know, please visit New Roads Auto Loans here.
About New Roads Auto Loans:
At New Roads, we know that credit problems can happen to good people. But we also believe that having a late-model car is essential to modern life, and credit issues shouldn’t stop you from getting a good car or truck. That’s why we specialize in providing car loans to people with credit problems. If you have bad credit and are worried about qualifying for a car loan, don’t worry. New Roads is backed by Consumer Portfolio Services (CPS), we have financed over 900,000 vehicles since 1991 for consumers with credit issues.
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