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some drivers do a better job than others when it comes to sticking to a car maintenance schedule.
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Face it - some drivers do a better job than others when it comes to sticking to a car maintenance schedule. A new National Index just released by Toco Warranty confirms there is plenty of room for improvement. For example, drivers generally have their car brakes checked, but they don’t always do it as frequently as they should. Below are 9 routine maintenance tips to help you keep your car running smoothly. Check the brakes every 12 months/12,000 miles. Change the air filters every 12 months /12,000 miles. Change the coolant (antifreeze) every 12 months /12,000 miles. Check the spark plugs every 12 months /12,000 miles. Wash the car (to remove road salt and grime) every month. Change the oil every 3 months /3,000 miles Check tire pressure and condition every month. Check the battery, including terminals and cables every 3 months /3,000 miles. Check the engine belts every 3 months /3,000 miles.
To see how well drivers are doing with sticking to the schedule above, check out the Toco National Car Maintenance Infographic at: http://tocowarranty.com/TocoCares/Media/Entry?id=50&hypCategory=Car-Care-Maintenance&title=Toco-Car-Care-Index-Infographic. To learn more about Toco Warranty, visit www.tocowarranty.com. Article Resource: http://www.tocowarranty.com/TocoCares/Blog/9-ways-to-keep-your-car-performing-well