Preventative maintenance is a must for any vehicle, new or used. Getting the oil changed every 3,000 to 5,000 miles is a must for drivers who would like to save in the long run and hope to make their vehicles last for a long time.
Replacing the tires, brakes and rotors are all included in the cost of owning a car since they are needed in order to make the car perform properly. Buying a used vehicle can be cheaper in the near future, however, since the vehicle is older, it is also prone to some more difficult problems that could also be more expensive than the problems newer cars experience.
Maintaining your vehicle absolutely up to date with every type of repair it requires is part of owning a used vehicle. According to experts, car owners must think about designing a car maintenance strategy before setting their minds on buying a pre-owned vehicle.
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The Debt-Free Car Project Chapter 2: Preventive Car Maintenance