If you are like me, you plan. I mean, I pretty much plan everything. I own 3 planners for my life, blogging and working. What else do I plan? Our meals for the week, our budget and I update it whenever I get the chance. But do you plan for service on your car?
Planning your service helps in so many ways:
If something like that wasn’t or isn’t available when you bought your car, there are other options. I take into account how often I drive and try to figure out when I’ll need my next service. Then I search for deals. The dealership we purchased my car from sends us coupons every once in a while. They also have deals so I watch their website and schedule when I’m ready.
Check the service specials listed on the website. For instance, Zeigler Crysler has a couple of deals live right now. You can get $10 off an oil change. You can also purchase the manager’s special for $59.95. You get an oil & filter change, tire rotation, multi-point inspection, alignment check, brake inspection and driver sure benefits. You save $180.05.
Planning when you need your basic service helps you save money. And it can save you money in the long run.