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Auto InsuranceSince a car is such a significant investment, it makes sense to want to keep it on the road for as long as possible. When you drive your car for a longer period of time, you don't have to worry about saving money to purchase a replacement car as often. The following are a few ways you can increase the chances your car will hold up for years beyond what may have been previously expected.

Get Your Oil Changed Regularly


Did you know that oil is like your car's life force? The oil you put in your car keeps nearly everything mechanical moving smoothly. With thick, clean oil in your car, the motor is less likely to lock up. In fact, with regular oil checks, you can reduce the chances of having a lot of other car problems as well.

Keep Your Transmission and Other Fluids Topped-Off


If you drive an automatic car, then you know that the transmission is critical. Did you know that something as simple as transmission fluid ensures that your car changes gears as it should? If you don't have the proper fluid levels, your transmission can stop shifting, which is an expensive problem to have. Other fluids, like your differential fluid, are important for your car as well. If you aren't familiar with these fluids, have a mechanic check the fluid levels each time you get your oil changed.

Drive Slowly


One of the quickest ways to lose your car is to get into an accident. Speeding is one of the leading causes of car crashes. If you are in an at-fault accident, you may have to cover the cost of repairing or replacing your car, along with increases to your monthly premium. You can keep your car on the road and your auto insurance rates lower by following the speed limits and driving cautiously.

Don't Drive It So Much


One of the easiest ways to wear down your car is to drive it all the time. Yes, you purchased your car to drive it, but like any other machine, wear and tear can run it down over time. You can reduce how often you drive your car by only going out when necessary, grouping your errands together, carpooling with friends or using public transportation when possible.

Is your car covered? Call Floridian Coastline Insurance at (954) 302-4531 for more information on Fort Lauderdale FL car insurance.

Do you prefer keeping a car for many years, or would you rather lease a new vehicle every few years? Let us know in the comments.
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