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What is Preventive Maintenance?

Preventive maintenance is a schedule of planned maintenance actions targeted toward the prevention of breakdowns. 

The primary goal is to prevent the failure of a part before it actually happens.  It is designed to preserve and enhance part reliability by replacing worn components before they actually fail.

Preventive maintenance activities include automotive part checks, partial or complete overhauls at specified periods, oil changes and lubrication. 

  • Are your wiper blades working efficiently?

  • Are all your fluids filled to capacity?

  • Is your oil and filter ready to be changed?

  • Is your fuel filter ready for a new replacement?

  • Are your spark plugs and wires in good working order?

  • Are your belts and hoses ready for that long trip?

  • Is your braking system up to the task?

  • Is your clutch slipping and ready for an adjustment or replacement?

  • Are your shocks, struts and springs performing as they should?

  • Are your CV boots and axles in good working order?

  • Is your exhaust system working properly and mounted securely?

  • Do your tires have enough tread on them?

  • Have you rotated your tires recently?

  • Do you have enough or too much air in your tires?

  • Are you using the correct fuel and fluids in your vehicle?

  • Have you waxed or detailed your vehicle this year?

One study performed by J.D. Power and Associates confirms regularly scheduled maintenance can reduce repair expenses by 42% throughout the life of an automobile.
Another segment of the J.D. Power and Associates study states if an average owner keeps their vehicle ten years, the $2000 spent per year on maintenance will save the owner $500,000 on new vehicle costs along with high ticket repairs over their lifetime.

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