Make Sticking to Your Routine Maintenance Schedule Your #1 Resolution

January 8th, 2018 by

Now that 2018 is well underway, you’re probably doing your best to stick to and prioritize your New Year’s resolutions. If that’s the case, we strongly recommend that you re-commit to following your car’s routine maintenance schedule and put it at the top of your list of resolutions.

Having been Chrysler dealers serving Cleveland, OH and nearby areas for quite a while, we can tell you that it’s impossible to overstate the importance of regular vehicle maintenance. Following your automobile’s maintenance schedule is the most effective way you can protect your car’s resale value and prolong your vehicle’s useful life. It’s also the smartest thing you can do to ensure your automobile continues to operate properly.

If you doubt the benefits of routine maintenance, consider the following: AAA estimates that a typical driver can save an average of $100 per service appointment just by adhering to their routine maintenance schedule. Saving that much every time you bring your car into our Chrysler car service center near Canton, OH can really add up over time. If you own your automobile for ten years and bring it in for service four times per year, you can save as much as $4,000 simply by following your vehicle’s routine maintenance schedule!

When you drive a car produced by one of the brands we represent, you never have to worry about the quality of the parts we use to maintain your car. That’s because we only use factory-made car parts and accessories when we work on vehicles made by an automaker we represent.

If you look over your routine maintenance schedule, you’ll see that some things have to be done more often than others. Oil changes and tire rotations generally have to be done several times per year while radiator flushes are usually only necessary every few years, for example. If you need help understanding your routine maintenance schedule or you need to make an appointment to bring your car in for service, contact Fred Martin Superstore now.

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