Top Tips for Maintaining your car in good conditions

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It does not matter if you have a brand-new model or a used one, maintaining your car safe and in good conditions is always synonymous with life and money saver. Sometimes, you must treat your car as part of your family, and not just a main of transport.

So, here are some fundamental tips to help you keep it up to date:

*Keep it clean:

It seems the least of your worries when thinking about a car condition. But the truth is that removing trash and wiping down surfaces makes your vehicle looks not only presentable but also helps to keep it out of trouble in the future because maintaining a car organised can probably help it last longer. If lack of time is a big problem for you, try to do it on monthly basis.

*Check the fluids:

Checking fluids frequently are probably the most important thing to do in your car. It will prevent possible accidents, breaking down and any kind of damage imaginable to the vehicle. The good news is: you can do it yourself and it is not a rocket science. From motor oil to brake fluids, the maintenance has to be done periodically to avoid a headache in the future.

 

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*Tires inspection:

The tires are the part of your car directly in contact with the road. So, it does not matter if you are about to take a long road trip or just on a journey back home from work, the tires need to be regularly checked for your own safety. Not to mention they are an expensive commodity as well.

*Donโ€™t ignore strange noises:

It looks silly, but most of the serious problems spotted in the car can be avoided if we stop ignoring its strange noises. Squealing sounds coming from brake pads can be synonymous with overheating, for example. It could be nothing, but it is always a good idea to have it checked it out anyway.

Visit cars.com for more tips on keeping your car up to date.

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I'm a Brazilian journalist based in West Midlands. In Brazil, I have worked with International Trade and Logistics publications. Now in the UK, I keep writing and I dedicate myself to a new project : Midlands Trade - a blog focused on business in Europe and Brazil. It's also supporting small businesses throughout the #MeetTheBusiness.

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