The No-Fail Valentine’s Day Gift

Giving the gift of tender loving care to one’s vehicle will pay off in terms of dependability and performance this Valentine’s Day.

“When that gift translates into maintenance, motorists can expect a positive and tangible response from their vehicle in terms of dependability and performance,” said Rich White of the Car Care Council.

On the other side of the coin, consider how the car might respond if its owner had been “cheating” on it. Cheating might refer to postponing maintenance or repairs. Cheating on your vehicle may leave you stranded en route to that romantic Valentine’s Day dinner.

As with human relationships, car care is not just for special occasions and holidays. The best preventative measure is following the ongoing maintenance schedule outlined in the owner’s manual. This care helps minimize wear and catch little problems before they become big ones.

The Car Care Council is the source of information for the “Be Car Care Aware” campaign, educating consumers about the benefits of regular vehicle maintenance and repair. For more information visit http://www.carcare.org.

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4 Responses to “The No-Fail Valentine’s Day Gift”

  1. Katrina Iott Says:

    Great points- you caught me “cheating.” I literally JUST deleted an email from my dealer’s service department reminding me it was time for a routine checkup and tire rotation. Quite a coincidence. I’m scheduling an appointment- Happy Valentines Day! ❤️

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