Did you know that:
1. Many expensive car repair bills can be avoided
Many expensive car repair bills can be avoided by only having the vehicle regularly serviced. It is proven that many of the issues are being discovered and taken care of during such a visit, which, if left unattended, can lead to other components getting damaged, therefore increasing the chances of having to deal with higher repair bills. The frequency of such routine visits is not a one size fits all approach and is highly impacted by the type of roads driven on, the environment – whether is dusty or clean, climate, type of driving, and age of the vehicle.
2. Servicing the battery regularly can help you prevent the possibility of not being able to start the vehicle even after replacing the battery
Servicing the battery regularly can help you prevent the possibility of not being able to start the vehicle even after replacing the battery. Take, for example, Nissan Micra 2002-2010. If you own this vehicle, when the battery goes flat, and you attempt to start the car, the IMM(immobiliser module) and ECU(engine control module) will de-synchronise. For this particular model, the re-synchronisation has to occur in a garage, as the job is more comprehensive and requires more sophisticated equipment and time. Read more about the importance of servicing the battery.
3. Regular maintenance schedule needs to become a routine because it can save the engine and or the transmission
Another important aspect of why a regular maintenance schedule needs to become a routine is because it can save the engine and or the transmission should any oil or coolant leaks would go unnoticed, or it can increase the lifespan of the engine and the transmission. Oil or coolant leaks, besides that, are not environmentally friendly. They can also lead to the engine and or the transmission running dry at some point which may require a complete engine and transmission rebuild or replacement. Nonetheless, a much higher repair cost.
4. ADAS or otherwise called Advanced Driver Assist Systems
ADAS or otherwise called Advanced Driver Assist Systems. This is one overlooked part of the vehicle that is not talked about enough, as this also requires attention. More about ADAS and the importance of recalibration, you can read on the ADAS Services page.