Have you recently received your stimulus check? Nancy explains how you will end up saving money long term when investing in your car’s repairs.
Investing your stimulus check into keeping your vehicle reliable may be something to consider. Hi, I’m Nancy at Kneble’s Auto Service Center. There are probably been some services you have put off on your vehicle, and now is a perfect time to get them done. The manufacturer of your vehicle has determined recommended services to be done routinely to ensure the reliability of your vehicle. And sometimes, these services get neglected.
Whether your vehicle is due for a cooling flush, transmission fluid flush, or brake fluid flush, it’s important to check your owner’s manual or ask your auto technician what is due for your vehicle for the miles you currently have. Is your vehicle approaching 100,000 miles and needing a timing belt replaced or possibly spark plugs due to be changed? This is something you may have not given it much thought, but when you drive your vehicle, you certainly do not want it failing you.
Maintaining your vehicle can be cheaper annually than purchasing a new vehicle. On the average, according to AAA, those average repairs are about $1,186 per year, whereas a new vehicle, in conjunction with the monthly payments and higher car insurance, you can be spending way more than that a year. Take care of your vehicle and your vehicle won’t let you down. Be sure to check out our weekly videos every Wednesday at 12:30, and feel free to schedule an appointment online through our website, or give us a call, 609-625-3286. And remember, we are located at 5473 Somers Point Road in Mays Landing, and that’s where I’ll be. See you here. Thank you.