To extend the useful life of your car, performing a proper maintenance of the car is required. Spaniards hardly spend an average of $100 per month on the maintenance of the car, a small amount depending on the park we have and, especially, the age of the same. The amount is so low because many drivers do not adequately perform the maintenance of their cars, which in addition to not promoting road safety can cause major breakdowns of such a high cost of repair that would even force them to have to change cars.
Things (and couples) will last longer if you take care of them and treat them well. And cars are not the exception that confirms the rule, far from it. It may be that carelessness, or not paying attention to how certain components work, may seem like a trivial matter, but it is not at all. Something that seems harmless can become, over time, a real problem.
We are not referring only to the fact that these behaviors that we are going to disaggregate you next suppose an expense of the car and that you lose money, that too. Many of these habits can affect systems and, in the long run, endanger your own safety. Knowing them is the first step in knowing how to correct them. So you know, read and stop doing these ten harmful habits if you want your car to last longer:
1.Delay maintenance2.Ignore board warning lights3.Go to clean the car4.Conduct aggressive driving5.Driving too quiet6.Start the car as if there were no tomorrow7.Abuse the clutch and lean on the shift lever8.Using the brakes too or not doing it9.Move the steering with the car stopped10.Driving with the car in reserve