Four Helpful Car Care Tips for College Students

Four Helpful Car Care Tips for College Students
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    A student's college years are some of the most important years of their life.

    Not just because of the people they'll meet and the opportunities they'll create, but because of the lessons they'll learn, too.

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Organization is one of the biggest things a student will learn during college. Thankfully, these four helpful car care tips for college students can keep busy students organized and on-track.

Change Oil Periodically

You should take your car in for an oil change every three to four months, depending on how often—and in what conditions—you drive. Make sure to schedule it in advance; that way, you won’t be caught off guard when the day arrives.

You can even plan your oil change for when you head back home. No matter where you are, you’ll be able to find the right help your car needs. An oil change isn’t as daunting as it may seem to a new driver.

Keep an Eye on Your Tires

You need to pay attention to things like air pressure, wear-and-tear, and bulges; these can all permanently damage your car if you don’t fix them quickly.

For instance, an unexpected flat tire on your way to class can put a wrench in your daily routine. Luckily, tire shops aren’t too hard to come by and can help you out if there’s a flat.

Even if you experience a flat tire while visiting family in Knoxville, TN, you can find a tire shop to help you out with towing and replacing.

Regularly Clean Your Car

Part of staying organized in class is staying organized outside of class, including making sure your car is clean. If your car becomes covered in dirt and grime over a long period of time, it’s time to take it in to get cleaned. If you don’t, it could ruin your car’s exterior.

Likewise, you need to keep a tidy interior as well. No trash or dirty laundry. You should be applying the same energy and care to your life outside of school as you do to your life inside, and vice versa.

Always Double-Check Headlights

It should become a habit to turn on your headlights when you get into the car at night. You also need to pay attention if it goes from light to dark out while you’re driving, so you can properly adjust your headlights. Getting pulled over for not remembering to turn on your headlights isn’t uncommon, but it still feels embarrassing when it happens.

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That’s right—you even need to remember to do this while visiting your parents out in Knoxville. No town is exempt from the necessity of these car care tips.

Your car and your classes may seem like very different things, and they are, but the principles you apply to one of them should be the same principles you apply to the other. That way, you can bring focus and balance to your everyday life, no matter the situation. 

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