If you look in your car’s owner’s manual, you will likely see two vehicle maintenance schedules—one for regular driving conditions, and one for severe driving conditions. Most people ignore the severe driving conditions schedule, assuming that it only applies to those who drive off-road or on poorly maintained dirt or gravel roads, or perhaps those who drive for a living.
In reality, severe driving conditions are more common than you might imagine, applying to many of today’s commuters. Here are a few common indicators of severe driving conditions:
As you can see, what car manufacturers call “severe,” many people simply call “life.” If you are unsure whether your driving conditions are severe, ask your auto technician for a professional opinion.
If you are tired of getting the runaround and being treated like you haven’t got a clue, we invite you to try Colchin Automotive instead. Give us a call at 303-431-5421 for all of your automotive needs!