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Automobiles are the primary means of transportation in the United States, with ninety percent of American adults owning a car or truck. What we don't realize is that operating a car or truck is a huge responsibility. Before hitting the road, be sure to conduct these checkups regularly:

Check your Tires

Most Americans use all-season tires. These tires should carry you safely from season to season, but it is imperative that you check the tires regularly for wear or damage. Ideally, tires should be checked on a monthly basis.

Check your Brakes

The brake system serves one main purpose, to slow down or stop the car during normal operation. Late-model automobiles are equipped with a brake warning light. This dashboard indicator will light up if something is wrong with your brake system. If your brake warning light indicates trouble, it is imperative
that you check the brake system immediately. Consult your owner's manual for maintenance advice, and call an experienced mechanic for repairs. Brake repairs or replacements are no job for a weekend or hobby mechanic. This type of service should only be done by a certified mechanic or service person.

Routine Checkups

Routine checkups and proper maintenance of a car are very important. If you have your vehicle serviced according to the owner's manual, you will not only have peace of mind that you are driving a safe vehicle, but you are improving the chances of having a long lasting vehicle.

Preventive Maintenance

Be your car's best friend and you can save a bundle. By conducting regular preventative maintenance, such as regular oil changes and radiator flushes, you prevent unnecessary damage to the car and save a lot of money in the long run. Regular checkups by a qualified repair person will keep your car running better and longer. 

As an automobile owner, you have a responsibility to keep your car properly maintained at all times. Consider it an investment not only in your car's future, but in the safety of yourself, passengers, and pedestrians.

Servicing a Hybrid

With recent gas prices climbing near $4 per gallon in various areas of the country, and the federal and some state governments offering tax break incentives to purchase a hybrid, more car buyers will turn to these vehicles in the future. Already, automakers are answering the demand and increasing their hybrid offerings available for consumers.

Owners may wonder where to bring their hybrids for service, as the powertrain on this type of vehicle is so different. As long as they obtain the proper training, service professionals can handle hybrid powertrains. Taking your vehicle to a dealership where the technicians are certified in hybrid engine maintenance means they can safely work on your hybrid.

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