Is Car Maintenance Important?
Updated: Oct 5, 2022
Owning a vehicle comes with various responsibilities, including keeping your car maintained. If you are wanting to keep your vehicle running for years to come, making sure that your vehicle is properly maintained is vital. Today we will look at what car maintenance is and why it is so important.
What Is Car Maintenance?
Car maintenance is the act of completing routine services on your vehicle as outlined by your maintenance schedule. This can include oil changes, tire rotations, air filter changes, and any other services recommended by the manufacturer of your vehicle. This can even include car washes as it is vital to keeping your vehicle’s paint in it’s best shape.
Does My Warranty Cover Maintenance?
If you have a newer vehicle with a manufacturer’s warranty, some or all of your maintenance may be covered by your warranty. You will most likely have to take your vehicle to the dealership for this to be covered. For those with extended warranties, most will allow you to take your vehicle to any certified repair shop. Jesse Britts automotive employs certified mechanics and can take care of just about any repair you may need.
Where Do I Find My Vehicle’s Maintenance Schedule?
When it comes to maintaining your vehicle, you should be following the vehicle’s maintenance schedule. The maintenance schedule can be found in your user’s manual located in your glove box. If your manual is missing or you need assistance with your maintenance schedule, our highly experienced staff can help you understand your vehicle’s maintenance schedule and get your vehicle setup on a recurring visit to take care of your maintenance needs.
How Jesse Britts Automotive Can Help Keep Your Car Maintained.
Jess Britts has been one of Waco’s leading automotive repair shops for years. With a full staff of experienced and certified mechanics, our team can ensure that your vehicle is properly maintained while checking for any potential problems along the way. Contact us today to get a quote on your next maintenance service.