2. Inspect the quality of the car fluids being used.
Remember, little things matter when considering the longevity of the vehicle. When it comes to the car fluids, you need to check them to see if they are fake. When you are getting your oil changed, ask the mechanic to pour the oil in a disposable cup.
If the oil has a tad bit of bluish tint and/or a combination of many colors, then the oil is fake. An original brand will have a red or orange color and will not have any blue constituents.
3. Check the battery health.
You can test your battery by starting your car and turning the headlights on. If the brightness increases when the engine starts, it’s in good shape. If it doesn’t, then replace the battery. You can also perform a load test to check the battery health.
Know that the battery must have at least 9.6 volts at 15 seconds at first half, and it must be at 70°F or above when performing a load test. Make sure you go through the instruction manual for step-by-step instructions when testing your battery.