Auto Care That Matters Most

By September 24, 2020General

Quick and Easy Tips as you head out on the road this fall!

1. Check the Tires

As with any vehicle check, tires are a must. Check tire tread depth, and look for any signs of wear and tear such as bulges and bald spots. Check the tire pressure, and adjust it accordingly using the PSI listed in your owner’s manual or driver’s side doorjamb. Tire pressure drops when the temperatures drop, so keep a regular schedule of tire pressure maintenance.

2. Inspect the Battery

Check the battery connections to make sure they’re tight, clean and free of corrosion. Harsh winter weather can be hard on a car’s battery, so you want to check the battery and charging system before the cold sets in. Make sure you change your battery following the manufacturer’s instructions and recommendations.

3. Check Wiper Blades, Defrosters and Heater

Not only is checking your vehicle’s heating, venting and cooling (HVAC) system important for comfort but it’s important for your safety, too. You’ll need it for defrosting and visibility in the colder months. You’ll also want to check your wiper blades to make sure they’re not cracked, torn or leave streaks across your windshield. Generally, wiper blades should be replaced every six months. When you go to change your wiper blades, you can also check the level of windshield wiper fluid in your car’s reservoir.

4. Have Your Brakes Checked

It’s important your brake system is fully prepared to take on winter weather. You can bring your vehicle in for a wheel brake inspection, which includes a road test for braking symptoms, inspection of condition and level of brake fluid and inspection of master cylinder. Our automotive service center also offers brake replacement and installation.


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