Every season your car deserves some attention. Help your vehicle recover from winter and get ready for the spring with these seasonal service tips.
Wash and Wax
Spring is a good time to give your car a thorough cleaning, whether or not you’ve driven on salted roads. Makes sure to spray the undercarriage as well, because any salt or debris caught under there can cause corrosion issues. Once washed, apply a coat of wax to give your car a beautiful shine and a protective coat.
Spring showers mean poor visibility. Get prepared to drive in wet conditions by changing your car’s wiper blades. Getting new blades is easy and inexpensive, and will make a huge difference in visibility.
Check Tire Pressure
Low temperatures can cause the air pressure in your car’s tires to fluctuate. At the end of the colder season, it’s important to check the pressure in your car’s tires. While you’re at it, examine the tires to make sure there are no signs of damage, like bulges or cracks.
Look Under the Hood
Spring is a good time to look under your car’s hood, checking for any signs of wear and tear.
If you don’t feel comfortable with DIY service, bring your car into Courtesy Chevrolet Buick GMC Cadillac and let our team of professionals ensure that your vehicle is fit for a safe and efficient spring and summer.