Getting your car repaired at regular intervals is essential to keep the overall costs of keeping a car on the road.  Leaving essential maintenance and not keeping on top of it can cause a reality of false economy for your luxury form of travel.  Keeping on top of things will make your overall expenses lower as one unfixed problem get easily escalate to cause more faults and create more expensive faults to fix.

 

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Ie not fixing a worn tyre caused a blow out on the motorway, car swerved and ran into the kerb which then ruined the rim the tyre was sitting on, the Tyre flicked up and damaged the fairing on the front wing and bumper and in all  honesty, that was a good case scenario, it could have created damage to the suspension, the swerving could have caused another car to deviate from its route and well if it had happened at 60 mph and not at 45 like it did! worse case a fatality…