How Often Should You Check Your Car?


    You should regularly check your car’s essential components on a monthly basis. This includes examining tire pressure, fluid levels (such as oil, coolant, and brake fluid), lights, and wipers. Additionally, perform a visual inspection for any signs of wear or damage to the belts, hoses, and batteries. Every six months, inspect the air filter and battery terminals, and have the brakes, exhaust system, and shocks checked by a professional. Keep in mind that if you notice any unusual noises, vibrations, or changes in performance, immediate attention is necessary. Adhering to this routine maintenance schedule not only ensures your safety on the road but also helps prevent costly repairs down the line, promoting the longevity and reliability of your vehicle.