Dependability  
 

You rely on your car to get you to and from various locations safely. But to keep your vehicle in good and dependable condition for years to come, you have to make efforts in routine maintenance. With regular maintenance, you lower the chances of costly repairs and enhance long-term reliability. Here are the five tips you need to keep your car dependable.

Follow the Recommended Maintenance Schedule

The number of vehicle inspections you need per year highly depends on your usage: how you use it, what terrain it is used on and how often it is used. It is recommended to have your vehicle regularly inspected to avoid substantial repair costs. Our Toyota service experts are well-versed in their field and are happy to help you catch any potential problems. After all, the last thing you would expect is a problem to manifest at the worst time.

Check Fluids Regularly

Regular fluid top-ups are essential. Fluids in the drivetrain are the blood of the car, and you should maintain them at the right level. They include transmission fluid, power steering fluid, coolant, brake fluid, and windshield washer fluids. Check the fluids at least once in a week to be sure that they are at the right level.

Drive the Car Like the Real Owner

Warm cars are happy cars. While the essential fluids such as antifreeze, oil, and brake fluids will keep the metal parts well lubricated, they also prevent drying out of things like gaskets and hoses. That is the reason you will start seeing leaks if you leave the vehicle parked for many days. Leaks from unknown areas are hazardous to your safety. So, drive the car regularly to burn the fluids.

Keep the Windows Clear and Functional

Ensure that the mirrors, lights, and windows are clean and clear of obstructions. Replace the broken mirrors and lights as soon as possible since they play vital roles in your visibility. Be sure also to check the windshield for any cracks and have it evaluated for replacement. Leaving a small crack can worsen over time if ignored.

Invest in the Best Tires and Brakes

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Tires connect your car to the road, and when properly maintained, they keep you safe in the harshest driving conditions. Cheap tires will wear out fast and unevenly. This may result in damage to the vehicle’s suspension and other vital components. When replacing your tires, go for quality tires when possible to make your car dependable. Ultimately, choosing quality replacements will extend the overall longevity of your vehicle.

Well maintained vehicles are more reliable. Have your car inspected by our trustworthy Toyota technicians to catch all the potential problems as they arise. Contact us today to schedule an appointment for your maintenance and service needs. We look forward to serving you.