To keep your European car working at peak performance levels, you need to keep up with its regular maintenance schedule. The manufacturer will advise you to have work performed in two categories: minor scheduled services and major scheduled services. As a responsible owner, you’ll want to keep up with both levels of service.
Minor Scheduled Services for your European Car
When you buy a car, the owner’s manual will tell you how often you need to have the minor scheduled services performed, such as oil and filter changes. You will want to stick to this schedule; otherwise you run the risk of voiding your warranty.
Skipping your oil change can lead to other problems, too. For example, if the oil is unable to lubricate the engine and cool it properly, the engine will start running too hot. The engine will run less efficiently and its components will wear out more quickly than usual due to lack of lubrication. Continue Reading →