Investing In Your Car Can Pay Dividends
Keeping a detailed record of a used car’s maintenance can benefit both the seller and the buyer.
(NAPSI)—When it comes to taking care of your car, keeping to a regular maintenance schedule can be like putting money in the bank.
That’s because regular maintenance is an investment of sorts. This is particularly evident when an owner sells a car. Used cars with a documented history of regular service are usually worth more, to both the buyer and the seller.
That’s why, in addition to getting the maintenance done, keeping records of that work is also essential.
Fortunately, a growing number of repair facilities are now reporting maintenance information to Carfax. Having this documentation appear in the vehicle’s history can help sellers demonstrate that they have kept to the recommended maintenance schedule.
A Carfax Report can include the location of the facility that did the work and the kind of work performed on the vehicle.
To learn more, visit www.carfax.com.