After a long, cold winter, some routine car care is very important. If you are not sure where to start, follow these spring maintenance tips before the best driving weather of the year arrives.
Change your vehicle’s oil and oil filter seasonally. It’s quick, easy, and inexpensive to do it yourself and helps maintain your car’s operations for years to come.
Snow, ice, and cold do a number on your car’s wiper blades, so replace them before spring approaches.
With winter winding down, test your car’s battery to ensure it can still hold a sufficient charge. If its performance is low, replace it.
Temperature changes sucks the air out of your car’s tires, leading to under inflation and improper alignment. Keep an eye on your tires this spring, and switch out your winter tires if you use a specific set during the colder months of the year.
If you need further assistance with your vehicle’s maintenance, bring it in to the experts at Pine Belt Chevrolet.