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By Enterprise Car Sales
Timely and proper maintenance is essential for members to keep their vehicles reliable and running safely. Some motorists do-it-yourselfers are comfortable under the hood, but most members need to realize that there is more to maintenance than swinging into the shop for the “early bird special” oil change.
As the Car Care Council surmises: maintenance is less costly than repairs – in more ways than one. Properly maintaining vehicles helps members avoid expensive repairs down the road, as small problems only get bigger when they are neglected. Also, what price is there on safety?
Of course, members should review the owner’s manual for general maintenance guidance. When buying a used vehicle, make sure this manual is in the glove box. Of course, it’s always best start with a “healthy” vehicle purchased from a reputable dealer. For instance, Enterprise Car Sales’ certified used vehicles pass a 109-point inspection by an independent ASE-certified technician and are backed by a 12-month/12,000-mile limited Powertrain warranty1 and a seven-day/1,000-mile repurchase agreement.2 [Need standard 12/12 and 7-day disclosures]
The following check list can serve as a handy reminder for members of the general maintenance they should be conducting.
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June 12, 2006
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