The best way to make a car last longer is by having a regular maintenance schedule. In this video, a vehicle expert goes through the auto inspections drivers ought to do for their vehicles. To start with, stick to the manufacturer's stated service intervals.
This will help the car run efficiently, perform better, and retain its value. If any issues arise with the car, have a technician inspect the vehicle right away. Don't wait for a catastrophe that will cost a lot more to fix.
In addition to servicing, car owners should inspect their vehicles at least twice a year. These checks should include; tires, brakes, shock absorbers, engine oil, coolant, brake fluid, wiper fluid, air filter, cabin air filter, lights, and the wiper blades. All these items have indicators that inform their state. In fact, car owners should generally be aware of their cars so they can notice problems such as leaks and uneven tread wear. Driving habits also play a role in how long a vehicle lasts. Taking short trips, aggressive driving, sharp cornering, and rapid braking can take a toll on the car. To be on the safe side, maintain regular checkups and scheduled servicing.