Maintenance Tips For Your Ram

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If you recently purchased a Dodge Ram, or if you’ve driven one for years, congratulations! This fine piece of machinery is one of the best vehicles you can buy. But chances are, you really want to take care of your Ram. After all, you wouldn’t want to neglect something you poured so much time and money into finding. If you’re struggling with where to start, we’ve got a list of steps you can take to ensure you keep your truck in the best condition.

Regular Tire-Pressure Checks

This one is obvious. Without your tires, you couldn’t get from point A to point B. Checking your pressure will ensure your tires are around for longer because proper tire pressure affects wheel alignment and the overall lifespan of your tires.

New Wiper Blades

This is something you might not even think of until it becomes an issue. If it starts pouring down rain while you’re on the road, the one thing you want to be able to count on is properly-functioning windshield wipers. Wiper blades are not expensive and can be installed in a snap. Replace them every six or so months so that you have them when you need them.

Consistent Oil Changes

“Oil is the lifeblood of any truck motor.” And boy is that saying true. Nothing can mess your vehicle up quite like dirty oil or no oil. Take your truck to the pros every 5,000-7,000 miles to make sure your car stays running smoothly.

Brake Checks

Imagine needing to use your brakes and then them not working. It would probably result in an accident, huh? You can prevent any brake malfunctions by having your brake pads looked at, so you can make sure that you’re able to come to a stop at any time. Don’t take stopping for granted! Make sure you take good care of your brakes.

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Service It Accordingly

If you ever need a service or your car requires maintenance, bring your vehicle in to the professionals at Bob Brady CDJR. Our experienced team can help you with all of the above and then some! We’re happy to get you all fixed up and back on the road in no time.