If you want your vehicle from Jeff Lungren Chevrolet to last for as long as possible, you need to practice good maintenance. These fall service tips will give your car what it needs to perform well this coming season, and provide you with the safest driving conditions.
Cold weather is hard on batteries, and if yours is old, it might not do well in the chillier seasons. Have the battery checked now to avoid a dead battery later. Pop up the hood and look for corrosion around the battery which should be wiped away with a damp towel.
Replacing your wiper blades is a simple yet critical DIY project. Having good wipers will give you clear visibility in rain or snow. Your car’s need replaced if they are visibly cracked or damaged if they leave streaks behind when wiping, or if it’s been more than six months since last replaced.
Tire maintenance is also imperative when it comes to safe driving in the fall. Make sure your tires are filled to the proper PSI, that they show no visible signs of damage, and that their tread is not too worn. If they don’t pass your examination, take them to a professional to get replaced or repaired so you can have the best handling and control over your vehicle in inclement fall weather.