When you take your car for maintenance or for an oil change, ask your car mechanic to check these parts as a preventive maintenance measure.
- Check brake fluids. Inspect whether the brake pads and discs are in good condition.
- Check engine coolants/antifreeze.
- Inspect spark plugs
- Check the air filter.
- Check batteries.
- Check transmission fluid.
- Inspect shock absorbers.
- Check power steering fluid.
- Check all fluid levels and lubricants. If any fluid level is low, drain them and refill it.
- Check tire tread and tire pressure.
- Check all front, rear and brake lights.
- Inspect windshield wiper blades.
An experienced mechanic can estimate the life of these above-mentioned items and inform you if any of these parts need to be replaced soon.
Finding a great car mechanic is not easy, so ask your friends and family, ask anyone who has been driving for a long time, speak with experienced drivers.
2 thoughts on “Ask your car mechanic to check these auto parts regularly”
Thanks so much for talking about how you should get certain car parts looked at more often since their lifespan can be short. My uncle’s car has a few problems and he’s been looking into finding a mechanic he can bring it to get repaired. We’ll have to be sure to ask about getting other parts looked at just in case.