New Survey Shows Vehicle Health of Equal Importance as Personal Health
HOUSTON – A recent poll revealed that Americans place nearly equal importance on
vehicle health and personal health. Results of a nationwide survey commissioned
by Shell showed that 73 percent of Americans go out of their way to make sure
their cars are in tip-top condition through maintenance, while 68 percent go
out of their way to keep physically fit through regular exercise, according to www.tradingmarkets.com.
the survey shows 40 percent bring their cars in for maintenance at least once
every 5,000 miles, and 35 percent go to the doctor more than once a year.
large majority (63 percent) of survey respondents go out of the way to make
sure their vehicles use only the best parts and accessories — 73 percent say
they can feel the difference when their vehicle’s engine is clean and
biggest maintenance issue for America’s
vehicles, according to 39 percent of respondents, is the build-up of gunk in
engines, which most (60 percent) described as similar to fat clogging blood