Creating a Routine Car Maintenance Schedule

Most people rely on their cars every single day, which means a breakdown would be a serious inconvenience. In order to prevent this from happening, your car must be properly and regularly maintained. 


There are certain benchmarks your car will reach in terms of mileage; different maintenance services will be appropriate at these benchmarks. Your oil and oil filter should be changed every 3,000 to 7,000 miles, at which point your fluids, tires, and lights should be inspected as well. Every 15,000 to 30,000 miles you should be replace your air filter, check your battery, and replace your power steering fluid and filters. Inspect your battery at 35,000 miles and your spark plugs at 40,000 miles. After 60,000 miles you should replace your timing belt, coolant, brake pads, and brake fluid, as well as check your HVAC system and suspension.

At Murray’s Auto Clinics we are proud to be Maryland’s number one resource for automotive repairs and maintenance services. If you would like to learn more about our automotive services visit our website, stop in and see us, or call us at (240) 450-2712 to speak with one of our experienced automotive repair technicians