You are coming up to a stop and you feel a roughness in the car or steering wheel or you are hear a grinding or squealing. You have been noticing all this black dust around your wheels lately.
Your car just doesn’t seem to be stopping as well as it did and you are smelling a burning smell when you get out of the car. You are thinking, “When should I change my brakes?” Well it may be time and again it might not. A lot of shops will tell you “yes, put brakes on it” sometime when they don’t need it. Would you like a little insight?
How often should you change your windshield wiper blades? Well where do you live, what kind of conditions is your car enduring, is your car house broken or forced to stay outside?
Don’t always go by what the manufacturer says because your environment is the biggest factor on the life of your blades.
So Would You Buy Just One Shoe, One Ear Ring, One Fork, One Glass or One Speaker?
Vehicle maintenance can get expensive, most all new car parts are a small fortune and they haven’t done any reduction on old car parts in pricing either. However maintaining a car requires some thinking into how to avoid unexpected problems and do it in a cost effective way so you need to think about how to do the job right.