2021 is a fresh start for everyone. We are looking forward to seeing what the New Year has to hold for us. The team at Mercedes Service of Silicon Valley couldn’t be more grateful for our clients, and we look forward to seeing you and your vehicle in the future. We wish every one of you a safe and happy New Year.
With 2021 upon us, it is the perfect time to start a new chapter with new resolutions. As a Mercedes-Benz owner, we know just how much you love your vehicle, which is why we think it would be beneficial to develop New Year’s resolutions geared towards showing your Mercedes-Benz a little TLC. Here are New Year’s resolutions for being a better Mercedes owner:
- Make sure your Mercedes-Benz gets regular inspections and maintenance. This is key to preserving the longevity and reliability of your Mercedes-Benz, as we can identify potential problems and often fix them before they even happen.
- Don’t forget about an oil service. Regular oil changes are essential for high engine performance. An oil service, typically, should be performed about once a season. Oil keeps all the components in your engine properly hydrated.
- Take time for your tires. Tire rotation ensures each of your four tires wears out at the same time. It is an integral part of preventative maintenance for your Mercedes.
- Go easy on your brakes. When driving, think about slowing down sooner and even coasting to a stop. Not only is gently using your brakes better for your fuel economy, but it helps your brakes last longer.
- No more eating in your vehicle. We all know how easy it is to snack on a granola bar or munch on some french fries in your Mercedes-Benz, especially when you are in a hurry. However, not eating in your vehicle keeps your vehicle much cleaner — grime can’t build up and accumulate from any left-behind crumbs.
The team at Mercedes Service of Silicon Valley is here to help you accomplish your New Year’s resolutions. Make your appointment online today or call us at 408-831-BENZ (2369) to learn more about how we are currently operating amidst the Bay Area shelter-in-place.