[quote="mathiaso"]Anything on your vehicle that is physically broken causing the car not to drive; flat tire, car not starting and running, broken window are categorize as" repair"
any repair performed to prevent any damage from happening is "maintenance" oil change, air filter change.
For example, saying my brake fluid is contaminated. I can still brake but one day the brake may not work.
If I change my brake fluid, it will fall into maintenance category, but if my brake stop working, it fall into "repair"
Same as your tire. As long as the tire are not flat. If you change them, it is under maintenance category, because you prevent something from happening.(Preventative)
It appears that you didn't really read my question thoroughly before replying and have the same problem in mixing terminology as the people in the program I mentioned. I also fail to see your reasoning as applies to my situation. Because I am extremely dissatisfied with your answer since it inadequately clarifies the differences I was seeking between non-routine repairs and maintenance, I don't feel that the donation I made is deserved and request a refund please.
Monday, October 26th, 2009 AT 2:33 AM