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Owning a car is a responsibility that requires a great deal of upkeep. Most of us get our first car at the age of 16 or even 18. During this time we are so excited to have one of our own that we don’t always think about what goes into owning one.


It might be a few years or a few months before you start to notice that something is wrong with it. For me the first thing to go wrong was the battery. My car was passed down to me from my mother and it was in good condition. However, it was a couple of years old and I didn’t understand how things could go wrong over time.

When my car failed to start one day it frightened me and I was sure that I would be spending hundreds of dollars that I didn’t have on trying to fix it. Lucky I knew someone who could help me figure out the problem and only ended up by spending $80 to replace the battery.


To help prevent this and other problems you should have your car serviced every six months or whenever a warning light goes off. Make sure you do your research and find someone that is affordable and will give you the best service. Bring it in for it’s necessary oil change.

As they do this they will check other parts of the car to make sure everything is the way it should be. By doing this hopefully the worst problem you will have is trying to change your car tail lights. Luckily these are rather inexpensive to purchase and in most cars you can pop them out and replace them. If you are unlucky than you have to reach under the hood in order to replace it.

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