The changing of the seasons is a perfect reminder to give your car a little extra care. And with winter finally coming to an end, it’s time to perform some spring car care. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or new to car maintenance, you’ll have no problem keeping you ride in excellent shape this spring with these simple tips.
Your vehicle’s tires are some of the most important indicators of overall vehicle health. This spring, make a habit of keeping an eye on tire pressure, as changing temperatures can cause the air in your car’s tires to expand and contract. Additionally, check on tire tread and alignment.
Change wiper blades
Wet winter weather can really do a number on your vehicle’s wiper blades. And because visibility is so important all year round, it’s crucial to inspect your car’s wiper blades in the spring. If they’re bent, cracked, or just not working like they used to, it’s time to replace them.
Wash and wax
While it may seem like a purely cosmetic thing, washing and waxing your car is actually a great way to protect its exterior. Do some spring cleaning by hitting the car wash and getting rid of any corrosive materials that may have built up on your car’s exterior that can quickly lead to rust damage and lower your car’s value.
For your dose of seasonal TLC, bring your vehicle into Ed Murdock CDJR.