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Summer Checklist for Your Vehicle

By Product Expert | Posted in Tips and Tricks on Wednesday, June 19th, 2019 at 7:13 pm
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What are your plans for the summer? Are you taking the family to a state park? Or maybe going to visit family in another state? Whatever your plans are, make sure that your vehicle is prepared to get you there without any issues! When it comes to getting your vehicle prepared for a summer road trip, there are plenty of things that you can do. Keep reading below for a few tips!


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Helpful Summer Maintenance Checklist to Follow for Your Vehicle

Checking your vehicle to make sure that it is ready for a road trip doesn’t necessarily mean that you need to take it into the mechanic shop. A few things that you can consider doing yourself include:vehicle oil change

  • Schedule an oil change
  • Check your tires
  • Inspect your battery
  • Check your brakes
  • Test your air conditioning system

If you have checked all of these things and they are in good condition, then your vehicle is looking good for the upcoming trip! It is important to keep up with your vehicle’s routine maintenance like this in order for your vehicle to perform to the best of its ability. Be sure to keep up with these checks year around.

Another thing that you can do to prepare your vehicle for the upcoming summer road trip is to trade out the winter gear for summer gear. If you carried extra jackets or other winter gear in your vehicle during the cooler months, now is time to exchange them for something more fitting for summer! Pack some towels, hats and sunscreen instead!

We hope that this blog was helpful to you in preparing for your upcoming summer road trip. Our blog has plenty of more tips and tricks for you to check out. Stop by our dealership today to view our inventory and take a test drive or contact us with any questions!

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