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Depending on the manufacturer you should be having your engine oil changed every
3,000 - 5,000 miles
Your wiper blades should be checked along with your engine and cabin air filters, transmission fluid, gear oils, tire pressure, and light bulbs at every oil change.
Your tires should be rotated every other oil change
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Brake Fluid Flush
On average, your brake fluid will need flushed and replaced every 3 - 5 years due to water contamination. To keep your brakes working at 100% make sure to add this service to your scheduled maintenance routine.
In Alaska we know how important good antifreeze is, yet proper maintenance is often overlooked. Antifreeze/Coolant is designed to be flushed and replaced every 3 - 5 years. The rust inhibitors and lubricants in this fluid break down over time. The damage which neglecting coolant flushes causes is internal and will not be noticed until much more expensive repairs or even a premature engine replacement is needed.
Your vehicle is an investment, so it’s important to take good care of it. Having your vehicle inspected doesn’t mean something is wrong, but it is an excellent way to check that all the components are working efficiently. Regular vehicle inspections protect you, other drivers, and your wallet in the long run.
We recommend you consult your owner’s manual for a recommended maintenance schedule and have the first safety inspection done when the car reaches three years old. Subsequently, we recommend inspections once every two years until the 10th year. Cars above 10 years should be inspected once a year to make sure everything is in working order and minor problems can be repaired before they become major problems.