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Suri Motors Basic Car Care Tips

As with any mechanical item, it is important that you take care of it in order to optimise its performance and safety. Here are a few tips to help you on your way.

Regular Servicing

Make sure your car is serviced regularly in accordance with the manufacturer's schedule.

Oil change

Over time the oil in the engine deteriorates. The oil protects the engine, which is the most valuable part of the car, and therefore the most expensive part to replace.

Oil flush

Over time even regular servicing can't remove the build-up of sludge in the engine. It is advisable at the time of servicing to have an oil flush every few years. This helps to maintain the efficiency of the engine and may contribute to fuel economy.

Tyre pressure and alignment

Tyre condition affects fuel consumption and safety. Check your tyres regularly.

Cambelt replacement

Typically this should be replaced every 60,000 to 80,000 miles however you should always check for the specific details relating to your car with the vehicle manufacturer. Failure to replace your cambelt at the appropriate intervals can destroy your engine!

Keep it clean

Chips and road salt can erode the paint and leave metal exposed which may start to rust.

Keep your windscreen clear and chip free

Windscreen wipers are made of rubber which will eventually perish. Without them your view of the road can be impaired. All windscreen chips should be treated straight away before they turn into a cracked windscreen which needs replacing.

Checks to carry out on your car before a long journey

Before a long car journey it is always advisable to check the following:

  • Tyre pressure and tread including the spare tyre
  • Oil level and if appropriate, water level
  • Windscreen wash
  • Your breakdown cover
  • That you are carrying the correct safety equipment and documentation, especially if you are planning on driving your car in Europe
Have a safe journey!