Got a new car? Here are some fresh car tips for you to help you maintain it

by admin | Posted on Monday, August 7th, 2017

Getting a new car is an amazing feeling. You just can’t wait to start riding it into the sunset with your favorite song in the background, or down to the grocery store, depending on the situation. No matter what you choose to do with your new vehicle however, there are some maintenance tips you should be aware of. You might be thinking of a hundred different things to do with your new car like go shopping at Pro fabrication or start racing. However, when it comes to making sure that the car remains in its minty condition for as long as possible, these are the priorities:

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Checking the oil

This might not sound like a fresh new car thing to do at all. But trust us, you should do it now more than ever. When a car is in a good condition, it’s a lot easier to detect and fix things like oil leakage.  Make sure to regularly check for oil spills and leakage and to always park on a leveled surface for accurate readings with the dipstick.

Air pressure

Your tires will last a lot longer if you maintain them ahead of the car getting wrinkles. Especially before you prepare to embark on a long journey, make sure to check the tyre pressure. There’s nothing worse than having bad tyre pressure for a really long trip.

Regular washing

This might seem like a no brainer but you’d be surprised of just how many new car owners decide that their car is not dirty enough for a good washing when it actually is. You shouldn’t need huge, visible reasons to wash the car. Of course, if you haven’t driven it that much for the last week and it’s quite clean, there’s no reason to waste water or money at the carwash. But if that’s not the case, you shouldn’t be cheap either. A regular wash and wax session will help the car maintain its beautiful shine.

Cleaning the radiator

Many drivers know the pain of having to deal with a busted radiator or with a radiator that is just over bearing with dead bugs and whatnot. As you drive your car, bugs and small debris will inevitably get caught in your radiator vent. This leads to overheating and just overall poor performance ad the problem grows in size. The best way to make sure that you don’t have to deal with a massive problem later on is to take it head on as early as possible. When the car is still new and fresh, it’s super easy to clean the radiator periodically. It’s only going to take you a couple of minutes for as long as you keep doing it regularly.

If you’ve just bought yourself a new car, make sure to take these things into account periodically and to make time to maintain that great look and driving experience.

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