Avoid Expensive Car Servicing Costs with this Handy Sainsbury’s Bank Guide

Sainsbury's car maintenance guide

This simple, effective guide from Sainsbury’s Bank will help keep you and your car safe on the road.

No matter how good you are at taking care of your vehicle, there are always going to be times when you need to replace its parts. This is where BreakerLink steps into the picture, putting you in touch with a network of breakers around the UK, who are able to find you the parts you need.

However, before we consider a replacement, we always want to know we’ve extracted the maximum value possible from our car. This is achieved through a schedule of proper maintenance and diligent attention to changes in our vehicle’s performance.

Regular checks are not only a good way to keep your own car running as smoothly on the road as possible, but will also help prevent accidents due to impaired functioning or even faults, ensuring both your own safety and the safety of others on the road.

Sainsbury’s Bank has produced a useful guide that details a few simple checks that even a mechanical novice should be able to carry out to ensure their car is in good working order. There’s also a handy list of essential items that every driver should keep in their car before setting out on any journey, together with expert advice on what to do in the unfortunate event of breakdown or failure in your car when you’re on the road.

Take a look at the infographic below for more information, and be sure to keep both your car and yourself safe at all times when out driving on the road.

Car maintenance basics Infographic from Sainsburys Bank

Want to know more about replacing your own car parts? Then why not check out some of the maintenance guides on the BreakerLink blog.

And if you want to know more about the benefits and pitfalls of buying second hand car parts and installing them yourself, saving you money, then you can find out everything you need to know in this guide.

This entry was posted in Maintenance on by Justin Smith.

About Justin Smith

As the man at the helm of BreakerLink, it is no surprise that its Director, Justin Smith, has always had a keen interest in cars, bikes and most things wheeled. Having spent over two decades in the car parts industry, Justin combines his passion that since 2002, has successfully united those looking for new and used car parts with the breaker that supplies them. Follow Justin on LinkedIn.

Disclaimer: These articles are for guidance purposes only. If you have any questions regarding any matter relating to your vehicle we would recommend that you seek the advice of an appropriate professional. We accept no responsibility or liability should you suffer financial or personal damages in relation to the advice stated on this website.