We get this question often and the answer is NO! Now more than ever, you need to be more attentive to your vehicle’s maintenance to avoid costly repairs. When your budget shrinks, you don’t want to risk expensive repairs. I’ve seen people try to get more miles out of brake pads and end up buying costly rotors because of it. People put off oil changes and end up ruining their motor. Oil changes, transmission fluid flushes, tire rotations, brakes, tune-ups, etc. all need to be done on time. You can’t afford to skimp on taking care of your car because the cost of repairs far outweighs the cost of maintenance. Trying to save a few dollars can cost you hundreds!