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4 Things to Check For When Repairing Your Vehicle

Vehicles are prone to wear and tear. Not a single car can escape the effect of passing time. It makes no difference whether you own a smart car, a compact car, a SUV, or a truck. Throughout its lifespan, your vehicle will need to be inspected, maintained, and repaired. Even the shiny, top-of-the-line 2016 models will all need proper care and repair in the coming years.

It is only natural for vehicle parts to deteriorate as you continue to use your car with each passing day, week, month, and year. A responsible car owner will expect it and will plan regular vehicle inspections. What is not responsible is refusing to take action, ignoring the problem, or inadequately addressing your car's issues. Such irresponsibility can lead to mechanical failure, which is a cause in many vehicle accidents.

Be a responsible car owner and always check these 4 vital components of your car. Always make sure they are in working condition; a mechanic will be able to thoroughly inspect your car for any repairs.

#1: Brakes

Brakes are one of the most vital components of your vehicle, as they allow you to slow down or stop from high speeds. As you use them again and again, they wear down, so it is essential to ensure your brakes are in working order when you get your vehicle inspected or repaired. If you stay on top of schedule, brake maintenance may only cost you up to $150. Let your braking system totally deteriorate, however, and you may have to face costs as much as $750.

#2: Tires

The weight of you and your vehicle rests on the tires. Similar to brakes, tires are worn down over time as they are continuously exposed to the friction of the road. Faulty or weak tires can lead to a host of problems: they may easily be punctured by sharp objects, their eroded surface may cause slipping and sliding in poor weather conditions, or they may "blowout" completely. To avoid this, ensure your tires are in proper driving conditions when you are visiting the mechanic. Tire repairs can cost anywhere between $50-$300, depending on your vehicle.

#3: Oil

Proper car oil maintenance is essential to car ownership. Oil allows the metallic parts of your car to move against each other without damage. Not only does regularly changing the oil improve the lifespan of the vehicle, oil service records boost the resale value. As such, it is imperative to ensure your vehicle's oil is properly managed and is in prime condition every time you visit the mechanic. Typical oil changes cost between $20-$50.

#4: Engine

Nobody wants to see the "Check Engine" warning light in their vehicle, but oftentimes it is this signal that finally motivates owners to bring their car to the mechanic. On some occasions, the problem is easy and cheap to fix. Other times, problems can run deep to the very core of the vehicle and can cost thousands of dollars to repair or replace. To minimize damages and cost, take your vehicle to a mechanic as soon as you can after seeing the "Check Engine" light pop on, and make sure all engine matters are resolved before you leave.

Have you been in a car accident involving a mechanically-failed or impaired vehicle? Colley & Colley in Tyler Texas are here to help you pursue legal action and receive compensation from where it is due. For more information, contact an experienced East Texas attorney today.