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Protecting your Automobile Investment

Posted on October 21, 2012

 

Generally speaking, the second biggest investment that one makes after buying a home is purchasing their own vehicle.  Having your own car or truck provides an invaluable freedom that people who rely on public transportation or car pools are unable to enjoy.  It is also a great way to display your personality and specific tastes.  However, like any sound investment, it is essential that you take the necessary precautions and make the proper tweaks to maximize the value of your purchase.  Here are a few tips of how you can extend the life of your car and keep it in prime condition for resell:

  • Read the owner’s manual and schedule maintenance checkups several times a year.
  • When something feels amiss with your car, get it looked at by a professional out as soon as possible.
  • Take advantage of any warranty options that are offered to you. 
  • Wash and wax the exterior of your car to keep the paint looking sharp and unblemished.
  • Stay on top of oil changes and other fluids needed by your car.

These are just a few examples of ways you can protect your vehicle and maintain its value.  Also, driving the car cautiously and not pounding on it will also help its longevity.  And don’t forget to take it to a trusted mechanic for the maintenance checkups or when the car has an issue.  Astute vehicle owners in Rochester, NY take their cars and trucks to the reputable experts at Ridgeway Sunoco.


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