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From safety to saving money on car repairs, maintaining your car adequately and on time according to the recommended schedule is important. Keeping up with your vehicle's routine maintenance can help prevent or catch problems early on, which means minor issues will get fixed before significant problems arise. Taking care of your car will also make your car last longer.

Safety Improvements

Even if your car comes with advanced safety aids, your vehicle will only offer the highest protection level if all of its components are in safe working order. A mechanic will check the car's wipers, lights, tires, and other critical parts to ensure they don't pose safety risks as you drive.

Better Performance

Cars that are properly maintained will also perform better than those that are not. Routine maintenance services can keep car parts from breaking or wearing out, and they can also keep your car's components performing at their best. Your tires, for instance, may get better traction with regular upkeep, which translates to better grip, handling, and even fuel economy.

Saves Time

No one likes to deal with car repairs. Maintaining your vehicle as the manufacturer recommends can eliminate the need for car appointments that take time out of your day. A routine service appointment is quick and easy to schedule, while more significant car repairs can leave you without a vehicle for days or more. Additionally, you can generally wait while your car is serviced during a routine maintenance appointment, while you may need to deal with renting a car or making other inconvenient arrangements if you are facing a more extensive car appointment.

Cost Savings

Along with saving time, maintaining your vehicle also saves money. Regular car service avoids more serious and expensive issues down the road, whether it's a simple oil change or a more in-depth mileage-based service.

Higher Car Value

Following your car's service schedule will make the car and its parts last longer, which means you'll be able to own the car for a longer time. However, maintaining your vehicle as necessary will also give you a higher resale value if you decide to sell the car later on. Cars in good condition have a higher resale value than cars that are not well cared for. If you sell your car in the future, you'll be able to ask more for your vehicle if you can verify that it has been properly serviced at all the recommended service points.

If your car needs service, contact one of our service centers near you today.

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