Car and Vehicle Maintenance will be featured in a new "In America" segment with James Earl Jones

Top Quote The long term benefits of simple and routine vehicle maintenance are discussed. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) January 15, 2015 - This session of IN AMERICA, by host James Earl Jones, gives information about car and vehicle maintenance. This segment will explain to viewers the three key elements of vehicle maintenance, how electronic condensers have made points and condensers obsolete and why complete servicing of cars is only necessary every two to four years. This installment of IN AMERICA informs viewers as to how to keep up their older car models through regular oil and tire pressure checks.

    Routine oil checks, checking tire pressure and washing your vehicle inside and out are three of the simplest but best steps in making your car run smoothly. Oil checks and changes should take place monthly and tire pressure should be checked with a pressure gauge. Washing the undercarriage removes road salt and dirt that interfere with your vehicle's performance. This should be done once a week. (Source:

    Checking your brakes and vehicle fluids monthly ensures the safe running of your vehicle. Self-maintaining your vehicle costs less and keeps your car running longer without the need of frequent mechanic overhauls or full-service.

    IN AMERICA is independently produced. It distributed to Public Television Stations across the US. It is not affiliated with or produced by APT or PBS.

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