Thirsty Car? | New Orleans Auto Care

Every car needs fluids to run properly. You need a New Orleans auto care specialist to help when your car's fluids run low or get dirty.

When you're thirsty, the solution is simple. You get yourself some water or some other drink.  And many drivers think it's an equally simple problem to solve when their car gets thirsty. Just get a tank of gas.

That's somewhat true. If your car is out of gas, you need to add a few gallons. After all, you're not going anywhere near - like a Pelicans game - or far - Alaska, maybe? - without gas. But gas is not the only fluid that your car needs. And it's worse to let your car thirst for those other fluids than it is to let it run out of gas.

That's because when your car runs out of gas, it simply stops. When other fluids - oil, brake, transmission, to name only three - run dry, your engine can be seriously damaged. As a matter of fact, the non-profit Care Care Council says that neglecting your fluids - letting them run low or get too dirty - is one way to kill your car.

"Many fluids are required for the operation and protection of vehicle systems and components. Checking fluid levels regularly, along with the filters, helps ensure that your vehicle runs dependably and extends vehicle life," the council says.

Of course, the best cure is preventive - preventive maintenance, that is. That's where the New Orleans auto care experts at Twin Tire Auto Care come in handy. Twin Tire has been the trusted New Orleans auto care and auto repair service center since 1973. Twin Tire has three convenient New Orleans auto care and auto repair service centers to help you - Marrero, Harvey and Hammond. Twin Tire also has a New Orleans auto repair and auto care location in Harahan for heavy commercial vehicles.

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