use them, it may even be twice. It is worth learning how to change wiper blades. This is a simple job that you can do with no tools.
You should change your oil regularly
Regular oil changes are necessary for every engine. Oil is what keeps your engine’s components moving together with minimal friction. Oil can get dirty over time and should be changed regularly to maintain engine health. To find out the recommended oil maintenance intervals, consult your vehicle’s owner manual. Modern cars recommend oil changes every 3,000 to 55,000 miles. However, some engines can last up to 7,000 miles between oil changes.
Rotate your tires and check the air pressure
Your vehicle’s ability to drive down the road is largely determined by your tires. Your tires allow you to safely turn, brake, accelerate and accelerate. Tires that are worn out can cause them to blow out and make it difficult for you to drive in bad weather. Rotating your tires is a smart idea every time you change your oil. You should also have your alignment checked annually to make sure your steering is straight. Also, your tires should be perfectly aligned with the road below. This will ensure maximum traction.
Verify the Charge of Your Battery
A dead battery can make you homeless and can even sneak up on your home without you being aware. Although many batteries come with warranties of up to five or six year, most batteries will only last for two or three years before they need to be replaced. Check your battery’s voltage when you change your oil. If voltage drops significantly, it may be time to replace your battery.
Replace worn-down brake pads
Your brakes bring your vehicle to a halt and keep you safe. Most cars use disc brakes, ceramic pads that press against a metallic disc to stop the car. Ceramic pads can wear over time and will need to be replaced. It is a good idea that you check the thickness of your brake pad every time your tires are rotated. Also, it is advisable to change your brake pads when they become too worn.
Change your Air Filter
Your engine’s air filter removes debris from the air you blow into it. Your car’s mileage will increase and your air filter will need to be replaced. Your air filter should be changed every 15,000 to 22,000 miles. However, you might need to change it sooner if your car is driven in dusty areas or with poor air quality. Every oil change should be a good opportunity to check your air filter.
Check Hoses & Belts
There’s a good chance that your first car won’t be new if you’re a young driver. You’re probably not the only one. You must be more careful with your car’s maintenance if it is older. Although air hoses, timing and serpentine belts can last for up to 60,000 miles, they can and will become a problem after that.
Pay close attention to these components and check for signs of wear. Broken timing belts can cause engine damage and render you without a vehicle. A small leak in one or more of your hoses could have devastating consequences. Every time you change your oil, it’s a good idea for a quick visual inspection.
Replacing old spark plugs
Spark plugs are tiny parts that do a lot of work, but they eventually wear out. Your car may require them to be replaced at intervals of 60,000-75,000 miles. Your engine will work harder if one or more of the spark plugs isn’t working, which can lead to inconsistent performance. Regularly inspect the spark plugs and replace any that have gone completely out. This will make your vehicle last longer and run smoother.