Oil Filter, Rotate Tires, Wax Vehicles - Truck Dispatcher Training

Oil Filter, Rotate Tires, Wax Vehicles

Guys! Finally we would like to give you some tips on how to inspect your oil filter, rotate tires, and wax vehicles.

What does the motor oil do for your vehicle’s engine? Honestly saying it has lots of functions: it greases the moving parts, helps act as a sealant against debris, makes the engine cooler, reduces wear and tear, and of course survives engine from corrosion. Caring about tidiness is a must for reliable engine work. In general you have to change both oil and filter every three months or three thousand miles, remember that it depends also on your car and the oil you’re using. We advise you to consult a professional to find out the most appropriate changing period. 

Depending on your vehicle alignment, usage, and many other factors, the tread wear patterns on your tires may vary between the front and back tires, or even from one side of the tread to the other. Rotating your tires will help to extend the service life of your tires by more evenly balancing the tread wear, and helping prevent noise and vibration problems.

Making sure to wax your vehicle every six months after washing it won’t just keep it shiny, it’ll also help to keep both the paint in good shape and reduce the chance of rust. Many irritants such as dust, sand, and salt can build up and environmental factors like ozone and ultraviolet light can cause microscopic damage, but waxing can help minimize this by forming a protective seal to extend your paint’s life.


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