Benefits of vehicle preventive maintenance
Vehicle components and parts naturally wear out over time, and the poor quality of our roads negatively impact critical components such as suspension, steering, braking, filtration, and the like. By following the preventive maintenance schedule in your vehicle owner’s manual, it will optimize your vehicle performance. Depending upon the vehicle’s service interval mileage, maintenance may include an inspection of your steering and suspension components, fluid filters, belts and hoses, brakes and axles, and other parts to help ensure that your vehicle functions efficiently. Routine maintenance may include checking the level of vital vehicle fluids. Other maintenance items you may see in your owner’s manual include checking exterior and interior lights, examining windshield wiper blades, checking the battery, inspecting hinges and locks, reviewing the level of ball joint wear, checking exhaust system components, and checking tire wear and inflation levels. At TPSL we handle all the aforementioned maintenance services and more. Contact us to learn what we can do for your vehicle. It is important to schedule preventive maintenance to help your vehicle continue to work as intended. Remember that environmental conditions may affect your ideal preventive maintenance schedule. Depending upon your environment, you may need to seek more frequent inspections and replacements. Contact us on 0302438011 / 0206883274 to learn more about recommended car maintenance service intervals for your vehicle.
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