How to keep your car safe & running?

By Jay Gory, thecheers.org    2012-04-23 01:18:45    

With more Americans keeping their cars longer and longer, it's essential to keep your car in the best possible condition. To help you do that, Autozone has launched a small campaign with tips on how to do it. How to increase your vehicle life expectancy and make sure it's also as safe to drive as possible.
With more Americans keeping their cars longer and longer, it's essential to keep your car in the best possible condition. To help you do that, Autozone has launched a small campaign with tips on how to do it. How to increase your vehicle life expectancy and make sure it's also as safe to drive as possible.



As the breaking system is the most important safety feature any car can have, you need to make sure it's always in the best possible condition. Breaks should be checked at least yearly, especially after major temperature changes, such as winter turning to spring. The increased usage of ABS in winter can impact break-related components.

Autozone also tells you about your car battery and how to notice the small things that can be signs of your car battery failure. Such signs include failing accessories, dimming interior lights and dimming headlights, illuminated "check engine" light and slow engine starting. You should also keep in mind that new digital technologies such as GPS systems and DVD players can drain your car battery a lot more intensively than you'd expect. You can test your car battery at retailers such as Autozone in most states for free.

AutoZone is the leading auto parts and accessories retailer and they are also here to help you with complete DIY auto care projects.
Jay Gory, The Cheers News


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