It’s a Super Saturday! Get Your Checklist | Auto Care

Questions about when auto care is due are easily solved with a check list.

You promise yourself to see that your car or truck gets regular auto care, but sometimes you're just not sure what comes next. Is it an oil change? Or is it time to check the brakes? Unless a light flickers on or something else starts going wrong, it's easy to put things off.

The nonprofit Car Care Council has come to the rescue with a handy checklist showing how often different systems should be checked. For example, you should frequently check (or have someone else check) your dashboard lights, other vehicle lights, tire condition and inflation, windshield washer fluid and oil. Every three months, you should check all those things and add in checks to your automatic transmission fluid, battery and cables, belts, air filter, exhaust, hoses and power steering fluid. And so on, every six months, every nine months and every 12 months, adding in systems as you go.


You could make it really easy on yourself and drop by one of Twin Tire and Auto Care's convenient locations and have a certified auto mechanic do a regular health check up and provide the right auto care at the right time. That leaves you to concentrate on important things - like not missing the Wizard World Comic Con.

Twin Tire has been the auto care and auto repair shop of choice in the New Orleans area since 1973. Twin Tire has convenient locations in Marrero, Harvey and Hammond to serve you. And  right now, we have Super Saturday specials on many of those auto care chores that come under the heading of regular maintenance. But they're only good through Jan. 30, so get started now on your auto care schedule.

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