For most car owners, car maintenance isn't intuitive. It takes some general knowledge of all the car parts that are susceptible to wear and tear. Every car is different as well, and your car may have very different needs depending on the model and your driving habits.

That's why we have created this car service checklist: to give car owners an easy reference to save time, money, and to increase the lifespan of your automobile. Begin by reading your owner's manual, and looking for any details that might be specific for your model of vehicle. In general, however, you will want to check for corrosion build up around your car's battery, to have your oils and fluids regularly checked, and your tires rotated. Always check the safety features as well: your lights, wipers, horn, brakes, and blinkers.

These preventative measures will ensure the longevity of your car's life as well as your own safety and peace of mind while driving. Use the infographic below to guide you on routine checks that need to be made on your car.