There are billions of people in the world and in today’s age there are a host of transportation options that include planes, trains, boats, motorbikes, and bicycles. But the most used forms of transportation (besides our own feet) are probably trains and cars. Since I am an automotive service specialist and not a railroad engineer, I will pose the question: "How many cars there are in the world?"
Research firms indicate that there are now over one billion vehicles in the world! And the number will most likely continue to increase barring a global catastrophe like a zombie apocalypse.
If the automobile is your preferred mode of transport, it’s important to keep your vehicle operating properly. Here are a few tips to keep your car safely on the road.
Take Warnings Seriously
Always check the warning lights on your dashboard. This is the least complicated way to know if something is amiss. Though you might be tempted to ignore it, don't respond to a check engine light like Homer Simpson by putting a piece of tape over it.
Mark Your Calendar
Follow your scheduled maintenance appointments. Bringing your car to I-86 Truck & Auto Repair for oil changes, tire rotations, and other routine services is the best way to keep your vehicle functioning in peak condition. If you have questions about your maintenance intervals, call us today at 716-665-2501. We would be happy to set up a schedule for you.
Your Car Loves a Bath
Keep your vehicle clean. This guards your engine from dirt and grime. Whether you go to a car wash or hand wash your auto, it will pay off in the long run.
Since there are so many automobiles on the road, the team of techs at I-86 Truck & Auto Repair encourages all New York drivers to drive safe and be aware of your surroundings while driving. We are certain you would never do any of the following, but the advice bears repeating: don’t drink and drive, don’t text and drive, and don’t put yourself or others in danger.
Let I-86 Truck & Auto Repair help you with all of your automotive needs. After all, your car is one in a billion.