Tip & How-To about Honda Prelude

Routine Maintenance Equals $AVINGS$

Just like our everyday lives we do things to keep our bodies healthy, we should think the same way about a vehicle we just paid on average $30,000............( That's how many paychecks?)
Regular checking of ALL fluids under the hood, if you don't know familiarize yourself with these important items....$$$ Check tire pressure at LEAST once a month...$$$. Get in the habit of listening to your vehicle when driving, turning, braking, and turning the vehicle on/off......$$$
Read through your owner's manual, a good time to do this is when sittin' in vehicle waiting on someone. To end this, just think of your car as one of the family, as dumb as it sounds, REMEMBER you've just paid $30,000 for this pesonal transporter, and with a jokin' smile........... Kids are "free"...( you know what l mean!)Good Luck and Happy, Affordable & above all SAFE driving.

Note: This Stupid thing would only let me select a certain make, so the car l put in was my car l drive a 1984 Honda Prelude, still goin' strong..(body a lil rough but hey it's 26 yrs. old for pete sake.)

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