New Gear Revolutions
Even the best of us don’t make it through the year without a hiccup or two… a possible speeding ticket, a horrendous haircut, you name it. But hey, congrats, you made it through 2018 and welcome to 2019! The best part of the new year is the annual list of New Year’s resolutions; new year, new me. If you can’t immediately think of a resolution, here are a few car related resolutions that you might want to consider that can help keep your car running smoothly and as clean as the day you bought it.
-Change my oil every 3,000 miles.
-Replace the air filter, as per the manual.
-Not skimp on tires. Check the tire pressure and watch for when the tread wears thin.
-Keep an emergency kit in the back, with warm clothes, food, and first aid supplies.
-Take that honor roll bumper sticker off.
-Not leave my coffee on the car roof for once.
-Keep a trash bag in the car.
-Give my car a spa day — take it to a car wash. get it detailed and remove that old air freshener.
-Open the windows on a beautiful day and sing to my favorite song 12 times in a row just because I can.
-Stop rolling through stop signs.
-Get a stand for my cell phone so I can place it where I can easily see and use the GPS.
-Go for a long car trip to that place I always wanted to go.
-Save money by taking advantage of Good2Go Auto Insurance’s low down payment and driver discounts.
It’s a new year. There will be new discoveries and new loves that will walk or run into your life, or out of it; new problems will, too. Don’t let your car become one of them. This year, let Good2Go Auto Insurance help you, with low-cost, minimum coverage auto insurance. For a free, no-obligation quote, visit www.good2go.com today.
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