ELECTRIC VEHICLE MAINTENANCE
Electric vehicles have fewer moving parts than traditional vehicles, which leads to less maintenance. Even with fewer moving parts, Electrical vehicles need regular service to avoid performance issues and to prolong their lifespan. To ensure your Electric vehicle is running efficiently, the Battery will need monthly inspection.
Without a traditional engine, Oil changes are a thing of the past. However, your electric vehicle requires brake, tire rotations, and fluid services.
Electric vehicles will occasionally require updates as a way to provide more safety and improved performance. Software updates are usually issued as part of a recall and can be completed in just a few hours.
The battery is one of the most important parts of an electric vehicle. With that in mind, it is crucial to make sure it is operating safely and efficiently. Battery leaks are uncommon. Nevertheless, it is important to schedule a battery inspection to identify potential damage are prevent future damage. Rest assured, battery inspections are precautionary, and all batteries have been through vigorous safety testing and have high standards and regulations set to ensure a safe and reliable ride.
Because of your vehicle's regenerative braking system, your brakes should last longer than traditional brakes. Your vehicle's brakes and brake fluids should be inspected every 15,000 miles or after one year to avoid larger repairs.
To aid in extending your tire life and having a smoother drive, you should schedule a tire rotation every 7,500 miles or every six months. without timely tire rotations, you may begin to notice your vehicle veers off to the left or right when attempting to drive straight, this is a sign of uneven wheel alignment. If left untreated Uneven alignment can lead to costly damage to your vehicle's suspension.
Your vehicles coolant should be serviced after 150,000 miles or five years, which ever comes first. Just like a traditional vehicle the thermal management system is crucial to vehicle performance and avoiding costly repairs.