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For most cars, it's advisable to have a routine maintenance check every 6 months or 5,000 to 7,500 miles, whichever comes first. This typically includes an oil change, tire rotation, brake inspection, and fluid top-up. Annual Inspection: An annual comprehensive inspection is essential.
It used to be normal to change the oil every 3,000 miles, but with modern lubricants most engines today have recommended oil change intervals of 5,000 to 7,500 miles. Moreover, if your car's engine requires full-synthetic motor oil, it might go as far as 15,000 miles between services!
Always use the recommended petrol and not one with a lower octane rating, for example, using 91 in an engine designed for 98 could result in damage. As a general rule, you can put a higher-octane fuel in your car than the manufacturer's requirement, but not the other way around.
Most passenger cars' psi requirement will be between 30 to 35 psi, but several vehicles fall outside of that range and every vehicle will have specific requirements. Good tire air pressure ensures that tires wear evenly, provide a smooth ride, and increase fuel efficiency.
When trading in your old car, the dealership will assess its value and offer you a trade-in credit that can be applied towards the purchase of a new car. You can then take this credit and purchase a new car at a different dealership
Test driving the car before you actually purchase is a recommended practice as it could possibly save you from making a wrong purchase decision. This is even more significant in case of buying a used car and here're reasons that explain why you should test drive a used car before buying it.
Remember that there is always room for negotiation when the dealer quotes a price for a particular vehicle. You have to be ready and make up your mind to approach them smartly to bring the price down.

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