Simple Ways To Save Money On Your Car
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Simple Ways To Save Money On Your Car - Tacoma Lakewood Puyallup
The upkeep of your vehicle can be quite an expense - from initial purchase to insurance to maintenance. Now that you've found the home of expert, well-trained, friendly mechanics at All Transmissions, the rest is up to you. If you don't want to do the simple maintenance and servicing, we're glad to help. Give us a call at 253-627-0252.
Here are 14 Ways for you to save money on your car:
Please, consider preventative medicine. Keep your gas tank filled. This will help you avoid the gas line freezing up in cold weather. Also, driving on ďfumesĒ allows little pieces of dirt at the bottom of your gas tank to run through the fuel lines with the last drops of gas. This debris clogs up the fuel filter and can cause carburetor damage as well.
Sometimes a problem with your carís electrical system results from a simple blown fuse. Check to see if you have any blown fuses before calling for our tow truck!
Keep track of how much oil your car uses. A sudden change in oil consumption means you need to give us a call for repair. Tell us what's going on.
Save your brakes by having your brake fluid changed every 30,000 miles.
Check your tire pressure once a month. This simple maintenance check can add up savings at the gas pump!
Stop and go traffic causes excess wear and tear on your vehicle. Go ahead and give your car a nice twenty minute ride at 55 mph on the highway every couple weeks if you "major" in short trips.
There are other ways to save money on car expenses. Letís look at the insurance payments. If youíve budgeted for possible out-of-pocket expenses in case of a car accident, you might want to consider increasing your insurance deductible to $500. This will lower the cost of your insurance. Talk to your insurance agent. If your car is as old as the hills, you might want to drop collision coverage to save money. Car insurance companies offer a variety of discounts. Ask your agent if the company offers reductions for driver training courses, anti-lock brakes, car alarms, air bags, mature drivers, good students or maintaining a good driving record.
Each 5 mph you drive over 60 mph is like paying an additional $0.10 per gallon for gas.
In most cases, using cruise control on the highway will save gas.
Replacing a clogged air filter can improve your car's gas mileage by as much as 10 percent. This isnít going to cost you an arm or leg either.
Before you purchase from a dealer, ask about the dealer's return policy, get it in writing and read it carefully. Dealers are not required by law to give used car buyers a three-day right to cancel. You might be interested in All Transmissions' Pre-purchase Inspection service. Find out what work needs to be done before buying a headache. Or use needed repair details to lower your offer.
Do your homework when buying a car from an auction. Many vehicles that have been damaged by floods and hurricanes are going on the market. These wonít last long Ė leaving you with a flood of bills. Be a little concerned if the carpet looks too new, and check carefully for signs of rust.
Carfax.com shares info on inspecting a used car to make sure you get the best deal.
If you use your car for business, keep track of miles traveled so that you can use this for a tax deduction. Get more info at irs.gov.
When you consider all the ways you can save money on your current vehicle, you might be persuaded to put away the extra each month for a new car down the road! All Transmissions service both old and new vehicles.
Give us a call now at 253-627-0252 and let us help you save money with your car - service and maintenance.
Service Questions Tacoma Lakewood Puyallup
For all of your service and repair needs, just contact us. Tell us your worst fears. We may have a simple solution. Use the following simple form to tell us a little about your problem. Or simply ask a question. We look forward to hearing from you.
Our well-trained and ASE certified mechanics are experts at both detecting problems and at making repairs. We have the latest technology. This aids our competent staff in making those accurate and complete repairs. One of our clients says, "Great service and knowledgeable experts. I'll for sure tell my friends and other persons about All Transmissions and Automotive." Service is what we're all about. Our mechanics and office staff are a team that responds well to our customers' needs.
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