By Louis DeNicola, Cheapism.com
National Car Care Month kicked off with a rumble the other day. The designation helps remind drivers to adopt a car care plan and take preemptive measures to maintain their vehicle. Doing so is worth the effort -- and money-saving, to boot. Although new car sales are rising, the Wall Street Journal notes this is due, in part, to the senior status of the American fleet: The average car is 11 years old and a full 20 percent of the cars on the road are 16 years and counting. And as any driver knows, older cars need more care.April is car care month.
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If you've never even popped the hood you may not know how to start conceiving a car care plan. It's easy to ignore warning signs unless the check-engine light comes on or you feel a wobble. It's also easy to be proactive. The prescribed car care plan found in the owner's manual indicates what services need to be performed on a regular basis. The Be Car Care Aware website lets driversRead More »from Do You Have a Car Care Plan for National Car Care Month?