As the wet weather gets closer, the tires on your vehicle are heavily affected. Parking in a garage overnight can help, but many people don’t have access to one, so their cars stay outside during the coldest part of the day. Protect your tires this winter with a few simple tips.
Take a moment now to walk around your vehicle and make sure that all of your lights, turn signals and flashers are working. Your lights not only help you see, they also alert other vehicles and can help prevent accidents.
As fall approaches, make sure that your vehicle is ready for the changing weather. A little preventative maintenance now can save you from some bigger headaches later.
As the days get shorter during the fall months, your headlights will be on longer so now is a great time to make sure you can see and be seen while on the road by checking that all the light bulbs are functioning, and cleaning or replacing any cloudy or scratched lenses.
No matter what, back-to-school is busy for everyone and now is the perfect time to make sure your car is at the top of its class. Be prepared and get ready for this busy time by following these simple guidelines!
Brake dust, pulsing in the brake pedal, scraping sounds, and grinding noises all mean something. Here is a quick translator guide for you.