A car’s logbook generally recommends a service at every 10,000km or every 6 months, whichever happens sooner. It’s understandable to wonder why you need to fork out for a car that seems to be running fine.
The thing with cars is its better to maintain them, rather than wait until something breaks. Thinking ‘if it ain’t broke don’t fix it’ won’t help you here.
Getting your car checked regularly is recommended by your car’s manufacture. That’s right, they know the parts and operation of your car - and specifically tell you what needs to be done to keep your car running at its best.
They may have a point, don’t you reckon? It’s also easier on your bank account, and your car is more likely to last longer and run better if it’s well maintained.
There are other perks too. You may get a better resale value if your car is in good condition. Not to mention you - and your passengers will be safer in a car that’s been cleared of any dangerous issues.