Check Out These New Year’s Resolutions for Your Car

Car Maintenance

In the New Year, we often make commitments to improve ourselves and achieve some goals. It is also a good time to make New Year’s resolutions for your car. Here are a few suggestions:

  • Keep up with maintenance—and learn to do it yourself: Regular car maintenance is the best way to keep your car performing optimally and safely. Stay on top of oil changes, tire rotations, and other routine maintenance. Better yet, learn to do it yourself and save some money! At the very least, you should know how to check tire pressure (and do it regularly), change a flat tire, change your oil, and jump start your car.
  • Keep it clean: Regularly wash and wax your car to preserve its exterior coat and prevent rust damage. You should also keep the inside clean to retain value and make your car more comfortable for you and your guests.
  • Drive efficiently: Protect the environment—and your wallet—by driving more efficiently. This means staying at the speed limit, accelerating slower, coasting to a red light instead of hard braking, and not idling your car. You can also remove junk from your trunk to reduce your vehicle’s overall weight and improve your fuel economy.

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Start the Year Off Right with These New Year’s Resolutions for Your Car

Resolutions for Your Car
As you begin to consider your New Year’s resolutions, don’t forget to also think about these New Year’s resolutions for your car.

It’s that time of year again: time to promise yourself that you’ll make a big change this year, in the form of a New Year’s resolution. While getting in shape, reading more books, and spending more time outside are each valiant ideas, we have a few more proposals for you.

This year, consider one of these New Year’s resolutions for your car:

  • Keep a written log of every time you get your oil changed, and always get it changed on time.
  • Keep the inside of your car clean, by never leaving garbage behind when you exit the vehicle.
  • Keep the outside of your vehicle clean, and get some exercise while doing it by washing it on your own.
  • Learn more about your tires, how to check on their tread, and how to re-inflate them on your own.
  • Save gas money while lowering your carbon footprint by carpooling with co-workers, friends, and family.
  • And lastly, vow to never text and drive this year. It can wait!

And if you’d like to start 2016 with a new vehicle entirely, visit us anytime at Chip Wynn Motors.