Preventive Maintenance

Preventive maintenance can fulfill the requirement of a long lasting car very easily. It is not as difficult as it sounds. Just a few steps and you can ensure you have the smooth drive you long for. Most owners do not give this its due importance and regret once they have a major breakdown. The professionals at advise on the preventive maintenance for all types of cars. This can also save you from costly repairs. Listed below are few tips to help a car owner with this preventive maintenance.

  1. Knowledge of the mileage checkpoints:

Each car has different manufacturer’s specifications for the required service checks. You can get a clear idea of this by going through the manual. Our experts can also guide you on which mileage marker the car needs a check and which components need to be inspected.

  1. Self-check of the Car:

It is important to make an effort and check the car on your own at regular intervals. You need to check out the level of oil and the tire pressure. The initial advice on this check can be taken from the auto repair professionals.

Maintenance Tips:

It is advisable to follow the maintenance schedule without any delays.

*Air-Filter checked:

Many cars face problems due to faulty air filters or the ones which are damaged due to the wear and tear. The air filters need to be replaced after 12000 miles or every year. Any negligence on this front can lead to problems with the air conditioner of the car. This is best handled by the professionals of preventive maintenance at

*Inspection of tire Pressure and Fluids:

Tires and fluids in a car need careful monitoring as these have a tendency to wear off quickly. Detach the oil dip stick after you open the engine. Ensure this is done when the vehicle has cooled down. This dip stick offers a clear indication of when the oil needs to be changed. You can insect the belts, hoses and the power steering fluid for any wear and tear. Check out the transmission fluid only after you have warmed up the car.

A gauge determines if the tires have enough pressure or no.

*Changing Spark Plugs:

In case you find that the engine of your vehicle is not up to the mark you need to get the spark plugs checked by the professionals. These need to be replaced if required.

*Battery Check:

A battery check is carried out on a regular basis, more so when there is a ‘low battery’ indication. You need to get this checked for mineral build up and any sort of leakage. Routine cleaning of the battery with a specific brush can help in keeping this clean.

*Tires Balanced and Rotated:

 All the tires do not rotate at the same time; your mechanic at ensures that this rotation is carried out on a regular basis for the required uniform wear and tear. Checking out the tire alignment is equally important.


Dirty windshields can lead to accidents. Ensure these are given equal importance like the rest of your car. If required, replace these. The professional will also check out the wipers. This can save the windshield from scratches.

*Cooling system:

The hoses carrying the engine coolant tend to get damaged due to the high pressure of the fluids they carry. Preventive maintenance includes a thorough check of these hoses and other belts in the vehicle.

Other important checks include the checking of the brakes and also the serpentine belts.

Any vehicle which is well-looked after offers fewer problems in the long run. You need to make that small effort to ensure that ‘all is well’ with your prized possession.