Racing the engine at start-up, accelerating and decelerating rapidly, driving at high speeds and running over curbs or potholes are all detrimental to your car’s health – which means they will cost you more money. These behaviors add wear and tear to your car, resulting in more frequent and more expensive repairs. They also cause your vehicle to run less efficiently, which translates into lower gas mileage. By driving more carefully, you can save money on car maintenance and extend the life of your vehicle.
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