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How to Maintain Your Toyota

When it comes to trusted car brands, Toyota is right up there at the top of the list. If you've ever owned a Toyota, you already know they are sleek, comfortable, and reliable. They have some of the top safety ratings and make fantastic vehicles for families or for anyone who spends a lot of time on the road. From the Camry to the Prius, there's a Toyota for every personality, and year after year, these models keep getting better and better. If you're new to the Toyota family or plan on holding onto your Toyota for years to come, you'll want to know how to take the best possible care of your vehicle.

Everyone knows that a car's value depreciates as soon as it leaves the dealership lot, so keeping a car in the best condition possible is your best option if you hope to one day trade it in or sell it on your own. Some of the maintenance items can be easily checked and ticked off your to-do list on your own, but for more complicated issues, you'll definitely want to visit the dealership.

Checking your oil frequently and getting regular oil changes is one of those things that every car owner needs to do. The same is true for Toyota owners. Most car makes will have you get an oil change every 10,000 miles, but you might want to err on the side of caution and go with getting an oil change after you hit 5,000 miles. Again, this will be up to the individual car owner, but better safe than sorry. More frequent oil changes will help protect your Toyota's engine and keep it running smoothly for a long time.

If you check your tires often enough, this will really help cut down on other issues that may pop up if you ignore the tires and run them down to threads. Keeping the tire pressure in check is extremely important. This helps to keep the car properly balanced. You should also rotate the tires every few months to help keep the tread wear even. Replacing all four tires at once is always ideal, though not always possible. If you do wind up having to replace just one of your car's tires, it's a good idea to rotate the remaining tires to keep the car properly balanced. Your dealership's mechanic will be able to give you the best advice for keeping the balance and alignment on track.

Keep up with the Toyota maintenance schedule. Toyota owners usually follow a maintenance schedule suited for different models of Toyota vehicles. Speak with your dealership or mechanic and get on a regular schedule for checks and tune-ups. Know what you'll need to bring your car in for around the every 3 months mark, 6 months, 12 months, and 24 months. As with doctor's appointments, going for well-checks is important for your health. Taking your car to the dealership for routine checkups is important for the health of your vehicle. Don't overlook it.

Toyotas are generally much less expensive to maintain than several other brands of vehicles, making it a wonderful option for families or for anyone who wants to keep their car maintenance costs low.

Brought to you by Umansky Toyota.

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