How Preventative Maintenance Can Improve Driver Safety

By Team Writer / July 26, 2017

A checklist for preventative maintenance should include simple things such as tire pressure, the sound and operation of brakes, windshield wiper functionality, any activity from air bag lights, and of course recalls from the manufacturer. Preventative maintenance can be a neat and tidy task that of course without saying is crucial to safety.

Key Takeaways:

  • Tire pressure should be checked at least once a month
  • If your airbag light comes on, have it checked right away
  • Regularly check if your vehicle has a recall

“Human-related errors are the primary reason for vehicle crashes. With the rise of distracted driving over the past decade becoming a bigger issue, it’s not hard to understand why this is the case.”

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