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Severe Driving Conditions

Most vehicle manuals recommend that you service your vehicle more frequently if you drive in “severe” conditions. Most drivers are surprised at what counts for severe driving. In fact, for most drivers, “normal” driving habits are actually “severe”!

 

“Severe” driving conditions include one or more of the following:

  • driving in stop and go traffic
  • driving in extremely hot or cold temperatures
  • driving at prolonged higher engine speeds
  • taking multiple trips averaging 5 to 10 miles in length
  • frequent cold start-ups and shut downs
  • extensive engine idling
  • towing and/or hauling heavy loads
  • driving in dusty or muddy conditions
  • driving in mountainous terrain

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