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Tips For Maintaining Your Car Annually

By Jeffrey Jackson

Cars need to be properly taken care of. There is a time and a season for everything. During the winter certain maintenance procedures should be completed, and others can be saved until the summer.

Winter time brings harsh road conditions. It is important that you make sure your car is in top shape by bringing it in to your local Utah auto repair dealer regularly. You do not want to be stranded on the side of the road in freezing weather conditions with a broken down car.

Annual maintenance checks are important to keeping your car working its best. Utah auto repair technicians do a wonderful job checking your car through out the different seasons. However, there are still maintenance checks that need to be done any time of the year. Here are a few suggestions:

1. Make sure that your battery is working properly. Have you car’s battery checked by a certified Utah auto repair technician. You do not want to be stuck with a car that will not start.

2. Make sure your spark plugs work properly. Have them expected to make sure they are working great. Spark plugs can affect the reliability of your car, so it is important to make sure they are working well.

3. Get your brakes inspected at a Utah auto repair shop. Your breaks should be in top shape for the safety of yourself, your passengers, and other cars on the road. Faulty brakes are not something you want to ignore.

4. Change your oil. It is important to replace your oil to keep your car in good and working order. This is a well known tip, but it is none-the-less important.

5. Remember to rotate your tires. Keep a log of when you have rotated your tires so you know how much wear and tear your tires are getting. Having a Utah auto repair shop rotate your tires will make your tires last longer, and save you from having to buy brand new tires as soon.

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Jackson, Jeffrey "Tips For Maintaining Your Car Annually." Tips For Maintaining Your Car Annually. 21 Jun. 2010. 23 Aug 2014 <>.

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