Servicing Your New Car at 30, 60 & 90k Miles

When you get a new vehicle, you want to keep it working perfectly as long as possible. There are three milestones, 30,000 miles, 60,000 miles and 90,000 miles, when you need to take your vehicle in for maintenance servicing.

Milestone Services

Servicing your vehicle at these milestones is important because they help to maximize your vehicle’s longevity and performance. Understanding and education of why it is necessary to schedule these services should be communicated by the car dealership when the car is purchased and should be emphasized each time you go back for a service appointment. However, not all dealerships provide this information, so we’ll help you out.

What Does Servicing at 30, 60, 90k Miles Do?

  • The vehicle’s components and systems are inspected and evaluated
  • You will receive a future schedule of components and systems in your vehicle that are recommended to be changed (specific to your vehicle’s model)
  • A record of recommendation of services by the technician
  • Factory recommendations for your vehicle under normal and severe driving conditions

Benefits of 30, 60, 90k Mile Maintenance

  • Protects your vehicle’s warranty
  • Maximizes your vehicle’s resale value
  • Reduces risk of break down
  • Extends the life of components and systems
  • Safer to drive
  • Maximizes fuel economy

When you get your vehicle serviced regularly, everything stays at peak performance so you’ll save money that you would otherwise pay for a neglected issue. Remember that when you need a car repair, it’s not just the repair you pay for, there’s also fees for alternative transportation and time wasted.

If necessary, here is a list of common services a vehicle may require:

  • Replace spark plugs
  • Replace fuel filter
  • Replace vent filter
  • Inspect belts and hoses
  • Check lube, oil and filters
  • Brake inspection
  • Tire pressure check
  • Brake fluid flush
  • Suspension and shock check
  • Tire rotation
  • Air filter replacement
  • Cleaning engine, brakes, etc.
  • Flush coolant system
  • Check emissions

Contact the auto repair experts at Performance Auto for more information about keeping your car in the best shape.

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