Mechanic using a wrench and socket on the engine of a motor car during a service or repair in an automotive workshop close up of his hands

Manufacturer’s Scheduled Maintenance

Mechanic using a wrench and socket on the engine of a motor car during a service or repair in an automotive workshop close up of his hands

Some folks believe that scheduled maintenance translates into, “just another way for the dealership to gouge me.” It can be tempting to put off oil changes and other maintenance, but ignoring your ride will cost you in the long term.

Consider how much you spent on your vehicle. For maximum return on your investment, follow the manufacturer’s scheduled maintenance plan and make sure to keep an eye on things in between.

Maybe the vehicle is running great at the moment and perhaps you’ve been lucky. Avoid finding yourself stranded on the side of the highway waiting for a costly tow to the a mechanic’s shop. Take care of scheduled maintenance when it is due.