Not only luxury cars but oil change routines are also mandatory maintenance of all cars. Whether luxury cars are used daily or not, a regular oil change is required. Generally, the oil change time that is often recommended is when it reaches 10,000 kilometers. For luxury cars that are used daily, it is better to change oil every 2,500 to 5,000 kilometers. While cars that are only used occasionally and have not reached the kilometer recommended oil change, it’s good to replace the oil every three months. Furthermore, don’t forget to change the oil of a car that you get from the luxury car hire if you wish to rent it for a long time.

Oil changes should not be underestimated. If the time has arrived, the replacement is delayed. The quality of oil will continue to decline. The car engine will be affected so that it becomes damaged.

Also, check and replace the oil filter. Dirt that settles on the oil filter will eventually accumulate if it is not replaced. As a result, the oil to lubricate the engine is not properly circulated.

If it’s being driven for more than 20 kilometers a day, the best time to replace them is once every eight months.

Heat the engine

Luxury cars are the same as cars in general, which must be heated before the engine is used. Heating a luxury car engine is not too long, just five minutes. If it takes too long it can be a waste of fuel oil with no use. Moreover, luxury car engines have high compression and sophisticated.

Tires and air pressure

Tires that lack air, besides potentially slippage, tires can also break so that they will be at high risk for the driver. While excess air tires will be safer because they only have the potential to lose grip when driving.

While for luxury cars that are used occasionally, tire maintenance can be done by sliding by advancing or backing the car. It can also be jacked up so that the tire doesn’t stick to the floor.

The tire surface that continues to stick to the floor can cause a flat spot. Flat spots are tire surfaces that are uneven and tend to be flat because they continue to be the fulcrum of the load of the car.