3 Ways to Keep Your Car in Top Shape   

Regular car maintenance is important, and making sure your car is well taken care of will definitely prolong the life of your car.   Here are 3 Ways to Keep Your Car in Top Shape:     

Check the Fluids:  Making sure your car has all the proper fluids at the proper levels will help you keep it in good shape. Remember to check the Brake Fluid, Power Steering Fluid, Transmission Fluid, Oil, and even the Wiper Fluid. We all know what can happen when some of these fluids are low, so to prevent some possible serious problems, always stay on top of these things.   

Give it a Good Cleaning Weekly:  It's so easy (especially when you have kids), to let things go. The car gets messy inside...garbage, stains and spills, from sticky apple juice to ground-up Cheerios. Giving your car a good cleaning every week will not only help keep it in top shape, but it will make you feel better when you're driving it. You can even get the kids involved, let them pick up all the garbage they can and teach them to take pride in taking care of the vehicle they ride in every day.   

Pay Attention to Your Tires:  You not only have to make sure you've purchased a good quality tire, but you have to pay attention to how they are performing. Having your tire balance checked regularly is important, and so is making sure you have the proper amount of air in your tires at all times. This can be done yourself with a tire gauge but if you're not comfortable or don't know how to do it, there are many places where a professional will do it for you ( like gas stations and tire stores).   

These relatively easy 3 Ways to Keep Your Car in Top Shape will keep your car running it's best for years to come. 

Author Note: Kimi Clark is a career stay at home mom turned writer/blogger and the Owner & Founder of The Mom Shopping Network. Visit TMSN to find tips, product reviews, giveaways, advice (and so much more!).

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