The Importance of Following Your Vehicle's Maintenance Schedule

How much of a priority is maintaining your vehicle? We get that schedules get busy, but putting your maintenance on the back burner can be detrimental in the long run to your vehicle's overall function and even its worth. Your vehicle is one of your biggest investments, and it's important to keep it running like new. So while scheduling your service can seem like a hassle, it's necessary, but we're here to help. Keep reading to learn more about your Lincoln's maintenance schedule and why you should be following its guidelines.


Maintenance Schedules

In your Lincoln's owner's manual, you'll find a section about incremental maintenance. When you reach 50,000, 75,000 and 100,000 miles, for example, it's recommended that you have technicians perform certain services to keep your car in good condition. This is your manufacturer's recommended maintenance schedule.

Save Time & Money

Sure, regular service can be a hassle, but it will save you time and money in the future. Simply bring your vehicle in for a few hours every few months — or somewhat more often if you drive a lot. This can help our expert technicians spot a problem before it becomes expensive and very troublesome to fix.

Always Refer to Your Manual

Manufacturers are the experts in what their vehicles need to run smoothly. So, you should always follow the recommended service schedule found in your vehicle's manual. If you have additional questions, our service manager will be happy to help you.

We're here to help you keep your vehicle in the best shape possible. If you have any other concerns about your vehicle's service, don't hesitate to reach out to us or stop by our dealership at 2021 Tamiami Trail, Punta Gorda, FL 33950. We look forward to serving customers from Port Charlotte, North Port, Venice and Fort Myers.