How Often Wiper Blades Need To Be Changed.
For vehicles that are parked inside, car care experts recommend that the wiper blades be replaced at least once a year or when the wiper blades start streaking - whichever comes first. On vehicles kept outside or in areas where the wipers receive excessive use, changing the blades two or even three times a year is recommended for clear vision.
Regularly Change Lube/Oil & Filter
The oil and filter collects contaminants that will damage your engine if they are not removed regularly.
Service Your Cooling System
The cooling system service prevents corrosion which causes the cooling system to malfunction or fail.
Change Your Transmission Oil
The transmission oil collects contaminants that can damage your transmission
Replace Your Air Filter
The air filter will become dirty, restricting air flow. This causes a loss of fuel economy and engine performance.
Brake Fluid Replacement
Brake fluid is a hydroscopic fluid which absorbs moisture and will lead to premature failure of various brake system components.
Timing Belt Replacement
Belts will wear and/or crack. This will result in belt breakage and engine damage.
Parking Brake Adjustment
Brake lining wear and cables will stretch causing the brake to malfunction.
Brake Inspection (Front/Rear)
Brake linings need to be checked for cracking, glazing, contamination and wear.
Make Sure Spark Plugs Are Good
Spark plug electrodes will corrode and cause a loss of fuel economy and engine performance if not replaced.
Battery terminals will corrode, causing a poor connection between the battery post and cable. An improper charge to the battery and a no start condition will result.
Rotate Tires with Regularity
To obtain maximum tire mileage and performance.
Make Sure Valves Are Properly Adjusted
Proper valve clearance is critical to maintain engine performance and fuel economy.