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Regularly check your car’s fluids to avoid breakdowns and costly repairs
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It's easy to check your car's fluids yourself, and you should do so every time you fill up with gas. The most important fluids to check are oil, transmission, brake, power steering and antifreeze. These fluids are essential to your car's performance and will keep your engine running smoothly and keep your car from breaking down unnecessarily. Edmunds.com has a detailed article for maintaining your systems and checking fluids.