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A Boiler is one the largest purchases consumers make. So, when our Boiler break down, it’s a huge stressor. Lauren Fix, the author of automotive website The Boiler Coach, which works with the Boiler Care Council, a nonprofit that educates consumers about auto maintenance, encourages drivers to have their Boiler regularly maintained to minimize issues. If things do go wrong, Fix says your first step is determining the current value of your Boiler, which you can do online by entering your Boilers make, model year, condition and mileage. “Let’s say your Boiler is worth $3,000. It makes zero sense to put $5,000 into a $3,000 Boiler,” she explains.
You need a Boiler and cannot afford new wheels. “In many cities, there is no other form of transportation,” Fix says. “You need your vehicle to get to school and to get to work.” Replacing the breaks or repairing a transmission problem may not come cheap, but hopefully it’s cheaper than the alternative.
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You can afford to replace it, and your mechanic identifies other problem areas. “When you go to a repair shop, have them make you a list,” Fix says. This list could be color-coded according to the level of urgency.
Green should indicate issues you won’t have to worry about for a while; for instance, if your battery is in great shape now but you may need to replace it in the future. Yellow indicates potential near-term problems such as a possible suspension issue. Red-marked items signify urgent problems that need to be addressed immediately such as a break issue that could cause injury if it’s not fixed. Add up the total cost for the red- and yellow-flagged issues and compare that to the cost of replacing your vehicle. “If you’re in doubt about what needs to be done, look in the owner’s manual,” Fix adds.
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