Car service is predictable
I can predict the future.
Every year a lot of money is spent on predicting the future. Knowing what the future will bring is a powerful tool for being prepared, Everyday from the weather to the stock market future conditions are predicted in an effort to provide an advantage.
Many of these forecast are based on data, past trends, and current surveys. Some of these forecast are accurate others, not so much. In many cases the accuracy of these forecast is simply a lucky guess. Tara Cards, Tea Leaves, Magic Eight Balls and sometimes a flip of a coin can be just as accurate as a forecast made by an expert using data crunching super computers.
Imagine how simple life becomes when you know what the future will bring. Knowing tomorrow's winning lottery number would make a lot of our lives much easier. While predicting future weather, economic conditions or winning lottery numbers is a game of chance, maintaining your car and saving money is much easier to plan for.
That car in the driveway cost 20,30.40,000 dollars or more to buy. Every day it is driven to work, school or to go shopping adding mile after mile to the odometer. Every mile putting it one step closer to needing service or repair. It's in the cards.
At some point that car will need an oil change, it will need the brakes replaced it will need new tires and an alignment. It is inevitable, it is unavoidable, at some point that car will have to be serviced. You already know the future for this car, it will have to be serviced. Armed with this powerful knowledge of what the future will bring will help you save money and time.
On average a car is driven about 15,000 miles a year and cost about $0.10 cents per mile for service or repair. Plan for future service by budgeting or saving money for it. It is going to happen, so be prepared. Schedule regular maintenance service before a problem occurs. A planned trip to the service center is much easier to deal with than an unexpected one. Regular, scheduled service visits ensure that the car is routinely inspected for potential problems, preventing a sudden car failure that can ruin a busy day or wipe out a savings account. Planning and saving for future needed car service is the best way to protect your automotive investment.
I can predict the future, and now you can to. At some point your car will need an oil change, new tires, new brakes or other required maintenance service. Are you prepared ?
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Brian is a third generation automotive service professional with 38 years of experience. His practical approach to auto repair has helped thousands of customers protect their automotive investment while saving them money.
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