Now that you've completed all five steps and you're the proud owner of a car or truck, here are a few final tips:
1. Take the time to read your Owner's Manual.
You'll probably find useful information that the car salesman didn't tell you. If you bought a used car and there is no Owner's Manual, you can order one from the manufacturer or from Helm Inc.
2. Get your car's fluids changed at the recommended intervals.
Changing the vehicle's oil and other fluids on schedule is one of the best things you can do to assure a long life for your vehicle's engine.
3. Answer the manufacturer's Satisfaction Survey.
If you bought a new car or truck, you may soon be receiving a Customer Satisfaction Survey from the manufacturer. Answering the survey is your best opportunity to let them know what you really think of your new vehicle and the dealership that sold it to you.
Finally, my friend, I'd like to thank you for allowing me to be a part of your car-buying adventure. I really appreciate it.
May you enjoy many miles of safe driving pleasure!
-- Michael Royce
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