With proper maintenance and care, you can keep your car running for 200,000 miles or more. At Wrench, we target cars that are 3-12 years old on average. Having a mobile mechanic come to your house routinely to assess your car will allow you to get many years out of your beloved vehicle. Not only are there sentimental incentives to hang on to your car that has been with you through thick and thin, studies have shown that getting significant mileage out of your car can produce savings of $30,000 or more. So what are you waiting for? Schedule an appointment with a Wrench mobile mechanic to keep your vehicle running in tip-top shape for years to come. Here are a few ways that you can prolong its life:
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- Trust the manual. Every vehicle comes with an owner’s manual that has a maintenance schedule, which outlines the frequency that you should get your oil changed, tires checked, etc. The car maker does not profit from you getting maintenance work done, so the numbers they give are not a scam. It is important to follow the schedule that the manual provides, because failing to get routine checkups can take years off the life of your vehicle. Hire a Wrench mobile mechanic when your car is due for a tune up.
- Treat yourself to good parts. It is not worth it to cut corners when it comes to fixing your car or getting your oil changed, because it will only end up costing you more money when something goes awry. Save yourself the hassle and invest in high-quality parts, or hire a mechanic that knows what is right for your car. Wrench uses fully synthetic oil in order to prolong the time between oil changes and the life of the engine.
- Find a mechanic you love. We are here to help you and ensure that your car performs at its best for as long as possible. Trust that your mechanic wants what is best for you and your car. At Wrench, we are dedicated to providing excellent customer service and high quality repairs.
- Be proactive. Do not wait for something drastic to happen before taking your car into the shop. It is always better to be safe than sorry, so do yourself a favor and take action before something happens that could put you or others in danger.
- Take care of your car. If you have had your car for many years, you are probably at least a little bit emotionally invested in it. It is a reliable, dependable friend that provides you unconditional love and support. Because of this, listen to it when it is trying to tell you something. If you hear a funky noise, or if a light comes on that you’re not used to, get it checked out by a mechanic. Your car (and your bank account) will thank you later.
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