1. Vehicle Inspections:
Detailed visual inspections of all vehicles should be conducted regularly to identify any potential problems. This includes checking for wear and tear, fluid levels, belts, tires, brakes, and other components.
2. Fluids Check:
Making sure that the right type and amount of fluid are used in the vehicle is essential for keeping it free from damage. The oil level should be checked every 1000 miles and new oil added if necessary while coolant levels should also be checked regularly.
3. Battery Maintenance:
Batteries need to be tested periodically to check their charge retention as well as inspected for signs of corrosion. Cleaning terminals and recharging batteries when needed can help extend the life of the battery.
4. Tire Pressure:
Checking pressure in the tires is important to make sure they are properly inflated and maintain a safe driving experience. Monitoring tire pressure can help improve fuel economy, reduce wear and tear on components, and increase safety.
5. Brakes Check:
Inspecting brakes should be done regularly with brake pads replaced as needed. This will help ensure that they remain effective in stopping the vehicle when necessary.
6. Lights Test:
All lights should be tested regularly to make sure they are functioning correctly which helps to provide clear visibility for both drivers and other vehicles on the road.
7. Filters Change:
Air filters need to be changed at regular intervals to keep the engine clean of debris and dust. This will help extend the life of the engine as well as improve fuel economy.
8. Vehicle Cleaning:
Regular cleaning of all vehicle components helps to keep them in good condition by removing dirt and debris that can build up over time.