Autumn leaves and cooler temperatures may be fun for us, but they're not always good news for our cars. Here are a few car maintenance tips to keep you and your vehicle safe, happy, and far away from the repair shop this season!
Fall weather may already be upon us, but that doesn't mean it's too late for car maintenance. Remember, a little work now will save you more work and even *more *money in the future. So roll up your sleeves, grab your keys, and get ready to show your car some TLC this autumn.
Here are some tips to get you started.
An engine check and tune-up can be just what the doctor ordered. This isn't something you can do yourself, but there are plenty of honest, professional mechanics ready to help you keep that engine in tip-top shape for the season.
Regular oil changes are crucial for keeping your care safe and well-behaved. Make sure to check your oil levels, and get a change if necessary.
Older batteries sometimes don't like the cold--and that can be bad news for your commute. If your battery fails you more than once (especially when you're first starting up your vehicle on a chilly morning), you'll want to think seriously about getting a new one.
Cold weather plays tricks on your tire pressure. Make sure to pay attention to your vehicle's tire pressure sensors, and be careful to inflate properly to avoid traction issues.
Emergency kits, ice scrapers, studded tires--whatever you and your car are in for this season, make sure you're ready with all the right equipment.
Are you looking for more car maintenance tips? Or do you need help getting your vehicle prepped for fall? Contact us today!