2. Inspect Fluids and Tire Pressure Regularly
Tire pressure is something, which you shouldn’t ignore or delay. Tires are one of the most important component of your car for safety, efficiency, and comfort. Getting in the habit checking the tires regularly will help you save time and money.
Your tire pressure, wheel balance, and regular tire rotation will help you have a comfortable and safe drive. Your tires will last quite a bit longer and you can easily add air and check the pressure yourself.
If your not in the habit of checking on your car tires you can start by setting a monthly date on the calendar to check them.
Along with the tires, you can get into the habit of checking car fluids.
All you need to do is open the hood when the engine cooled down and remove the oil dipstick. Clean it thoroughly and put it back again. Now when you pull it out you will notice the oil is up to a certain level. Check that it is at the correct level. Also check the oil color and replace the oil at regular maintenance periods.
While doing this also check your power steering fluid level, the hoses, and belts for any signs of wear. After warming up your car check the transmission fluid level too.
Conduct an inspection of the tires and fluids regularly for the best performance of your car.