What do good car maintenance and customer nurturing have in common? They’re good for your wallet in the long run.
Regular car tune-ups can be a hassle. They take a little bit of time and costs a little bit of money. Some people don’t like to put in the effort. They don’t take their car to the shop when they hear that knock in the engine or the brakes squealing. They think the less time they spend at the mechanic, the more money they save.
But down the road, a neglected automobile is going to leave you stranded and looking for a new set of wheels – and a new car costs a bit more than an oil change. However, if you show your car some love, take it in for regular maintenance, it’ll take you where you want to go for a long time to come.