What's a typical maintenance schedule for a hybrid vehicle?

I just purchased a Chevy Bolt, and I want to protect my investment through regular maintenance. What's a basic or typical maintenance schedule for a hybrid vehicle?

A hybrid car should follow a maintenance schedule just like a gas-powered vehicle.
The following is a good blueprint for when to think about regular maintenance for your car:
  • Every 5,000 to 7,000 miles: oil change
  • Every 30,000 miles: Filters and fluids
  • Every 60,000 miles: Battery, brakes, belts, tires
  • Every 90,000 miles: Belts, hoses, spark plugs, additional drivetrain components
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Answered on Oct 29, 2021
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