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What Every Car Owner Should Know

Making sure your vehicle is maintained is just like making sure you have fuel to get to where you are going. 

You should check your oil every 30 days. You always check your engine oil while the vehicle is cold. You should change your oil every 3,000 to 5,000 miles. It depends on the make and model of your vehicle. You should refer to your owner's manual for the mileage recommendation.

Next, you want to make sure your tire pressure is correct. This will save wear and tear on your vehicle and help with your fuel mileage. Most new cars have a tire pressure monitoring light, do not disregard this. Every vehicle's tire pressure is different, and it also changes with the temperature.

The last thing you should monitor is your transmission fluid.  Most vehicles must be checked while the car or truck is running. The fluid must be hot. Most owner's manuals call for this fluid to be changed at 100,000. Some vehicles with a CVT transmission you cannot check yourself as your vehicle must be checked at the dealer or repair shop.

At Squeegee Pros, we check our trucks once a week. We want to make sure our trucks are safe for our employees and that we can arrive to your appointment on time. Safety and customer service are two things we pride ourselves in at Squeegee Pros, Inc. We want to provide the best window cleaning, gutter cleaning, and pressure washing possible to each customer and regular truck checks is one step that allows us to do that.