Tips for Toyota Owners – A Guide On Taking Proper Care of Your Beloved Car

Besides the usual maintenance tasks like washing your car, vacuuming its interior, and cleaning your windshield regularly, there are other things that you should do in order to keep your vehicle running for a longer time. If you were wondering what you can do for your car, as well as for ensuring the safety of you and the people that are with you in the car, the text below might just be what you need. In the article below, you will read about the top tips properly taking care of your car. Let’s take a closer look:

1. You Need to Check the Oil Often

The easiest thing that you can do in order to increase the life expectancy of your vehicle is to regularly check the oil amount left in the engine. You should also change it – as well as the filter – according to the manufacturer’s manual and in most cases, you will need to do so every 5.000 to 10.000 miles. If you do not do this regularly, you might blow the engine, hence, it might result in a costly trip to the mechanic shop.

2. Check the Tire Air Pressure

Each of the car’s tires needs to be inflated to the proper psi. You should check the pressure of the tires – the spare one too – at least once a month, as well as before a long journey. There are some tools (that are not expensive) that you can use for checking the inflation levels and you can opt for getting either a digital tire-pressure gauge or a pencil-type gauge.

3. Check the Power Steering Liquid

Depending on the make and model, your car might have a hydraulic power steering pumps that are oiled by the power steering liquid. The pump is probably secured with a cap on top, so you will need to remove it in order to check the fluid level. If the pump gets dry it will definitely pay, and again, you will need to pay hundreds of dollars to repair it.

4. Radiator Coolant Flushing

According to the experts from, coolants are prone to rust and it might lead to them breaking down over some time. If you allow corrosion and rust to build up, you will definitely harm your car’s engine, as well as the thermostat and the water pump. So, you should change the coolant either every 30.000 or 100.000 miles. Again, you should check the manufacturer’s manual to see what is recommended.

5. Examine the Breaks


If you use your car often and if you often go on longer trips, you should check your brakes at least two or three times a year. In order to check them, you should remove the wheels and examine the condition of the drums, pads, rotors, and other parts that are related to the brakes.


As you can see, there are some things that you can do in order to prolong the life of your vehicle. Hence, now that you know what those things are, do not waste any more time and start checking the condition of your car right away!

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