Posts Tagged ‘check’

Car Smarts – How To Check If Your Vehicle’s Battery Is All Right

Monday, October 27th, 2008

Car batteries do have a life expectancy and as a responsible car owner, you should know when to charge the battery or when to replace it. Everything in your vehicle that runs on electricity draws from the battery and just like any other power source, sooner or later, the battery will wear out.
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Knowing When Your Tires Are In Trouble

Monday, October 20th, 2008

One most important thing for the safety of a vehicle is the condition of its tires. As a car owner, you have to be aware of how your tires are doing before even taking your vehicle out for a drive. Check your car’s tires regularly to prevent any accidents from happening. Car tires affect every thing and it is your duty to thoroughly check your car’s tires to ensure your safety as well the safety of your family and other people who will take a ride with you.
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Check your Oil Yourself – Be A Handy Man And Save On Maintenance Expenses

Wednesday, October 8th, 2008

With the American economy growing more and more unstable, people are looking for the smallest ways to save up on their expenses. While having a car is essential for most to get to their jobs and run other errands, car maintenance can cause a large dent in your cash box. Instead of running to the service center every time you spot car trouble, why don’t you be a smarter vehicle owner and learn a few ways to take care of your automobile on your own?
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Maintaining Your Vehicle – Do-It-Yourself – Weekly Checks

Tuesday, October 7th, 2008

The maintenance of your vehicle can add up to the costs you have if you keep on having it done in professional service centers. What you can do is to find out which maintenance tasks you can fulfill on your own. For example, car maintenance requires weekly checks on certain parts and functions to ensure that the car is safe to drive and is in good running condition.
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