Pamper your car: Get more out of life on the road with a well-maintained car

Your car is your ever-reliable workhorse. Without it, staying on the go and accomplishing tasks is definitely a challenge. Your life also greatly depends on it the moment you take the wheel. It is, therefore, imperative to give your car the TLC it truly deserves.

Here are three easy steps to pamper your car and keep it in tip-top condition:

Trust the experts. “Health is wealth” should not be exclusive to humans. It can also be an important philosophy on how your car should be treated. Bringing it regularly to authorized Hyundai service centers is like getting a checkup from a licensed doctor. It is akin to putting your life in the hands of trained experts with the right equipment. Relying on unqualified mechanics and run-of-the-mill car shops will not justify the hard-earned money you saved to purchase your car.

Keep it real. Fake alternatives are cheaper. Why? No warranty, no quality check, low quality components, and poor workmanship. Masked as savings, these can be more costly in the long run, as they do not last and may cause further damage to the vehicle. Word from the wise: Always go for genuine parts for optimum performance. They are guaranteed to work best with your car.

Be consistent. Preventive maintenance service (PMS) is designed to keep your car in perfect shape. Regular checkups aid early detection of problems and can spare you expensive repairs.

The good news is Hyundai’s RAINDROPS (Discounts & Rewards on Parts & Service) gives your car the special treatment it deserves minus the high cost! It comes in two special packages.

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