#52 : How do I maintain a retrofitted vehicle?
Compared with a combustion vehicle, maintenance is minimal. Costly breakdowns typical of internal combustion engines, such as timing belt or clutch wear, are no longer an issue. Oil changes are no longer necessary. Which is also good for the environment.
Owning a retrofitted vehicle only requires an annual visit to the REV center to check the condition of tires, brakes, brake fluid and coolant levels, as well as a complete battery check.
The original chassis is preserved, and maintenance is performed using the car-maker’s original parts, in compliance with the maker’s regulations.
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