Tips on how to Maintain your New Car

Contemporary cars require less servicing, providing an assurance to the owners. With the passage of time the need to change the spark plugs, condenser and breaking points frequently has been reduced and spark plugs can work almost 100,000 miles without any changes necessary. With the latest cars covering a distance of 200,000 miles without any extra maintenance, the car reliability has increased profoundly. 

There are certain ways through which you can take care of your new cars and reduce the overall damaging and maintenance costs.

You should keep track of the car’s engine oil. Monitor your car for any engine leaks. If there has been a leak, get it fixed as soon as possible. You should check the engine oil frequently. If your car is in a better condition, you can do it monthly if not, checking regularly would be a good option.

Check the air of your tires. You should do it monthly by using the appropriate tire-pressure gauge, after leaving the car un-driven for some time to cool them off. Seek guidance from the manufacturers when choosing the inflation pressure. The digital tire-pressure gauges are the most recommended ones having a price change from $15 to $25, as they have been seen to give an accurate reading.

Washing the car on a weekly basis is a good practice. Remove all the dirt from the fender walls and undercarriage. You can also buy car care cleaning kit at Jay Leno’s garage. Selecting the right cleaner to wash your car is highly significant and is the first step to prevent any scratches on the car. The cleaner kit at Jay Leno provides complete paint protection through the usage of neutral PH balance and avoiding scratches on paints by providing the maximum level of lubrication.

Normally, the engine oil should be changed after every 7500 miles/ 6 months, but if you are a severe driver driving on difficult tracks, this should be done every 3000 miles.

The following checks should also be made to ensure proper maintenance of your new car:

The Air Filter

The air filter is present inside the cool air collector rectangular box. In order to check it, place it in front of the sunlight or any other light and check if the light is streaming from it. If it is not streaming, you should change your air filter.

Exhaust system

You should check if the exhaust parts are rusted or not. If they are, they might need replacement. Also keep track of any change you notice in the engine sounds when you are driving. Mostly, it is better to change the entire exhaust system rather than doing repair and maintenance of different parts again and again.

Check the brakes

Get rid of any worn out pads and linings and replace any poor rotors and drum machines. You may get your brakes checked by a shop or do it by yourself by examining the brake system after taking out all the wheels.

Radiator and Brakes

You should regularly clean the radiator, remove all the dust and debris to avoid overheating and inspect the battery for any corrosions that may need to be fixed.

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