Be gentle on your car–it has just endured months of the icy, treacherous conditions of driving in the winter. The frigid temperatures can be brutal on your car. For one, the temperatures make it more difficult for the battery to deliver the necessary supply of current for the engine. Additionally, the fluids that help your car run effectively are thickened by the cold. This makes it more difficult to get the fluids where they need to go. The pressure of the air in your tires is effected. Even the road salt can cause damage to your car. Overall, the weather conditions in the winter cause your car to suffer a little.
Spring and Summer time is vacation time. As I plan trips, I always think about my car and what kind of maintenance it needs. Where do I go for advice? The internet, of course. Here I have put together a list of the tips I found for you. Before you take your vacation in the warmer months, be sure to take care of your vehicle to ensure safe travels!
Having a professional take a look at your vehicle may be the best way to ensure your safety while in your car.
By: KayLynn P.
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