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Spring Maintenance

With warmer weather on the horizon, it’s time to prepare your vehicle for the sunny days ahead. Here are some maintenance tips to keep in mind:

Oil Change: If you have a winter vehicle or let your other car sit out during the winter, consider getting an oil change. If you’re unsure about the last oil change, it’s wise to have it checked. Regular oil changes keep your engine running smoothly and maintain its performance by removing sludge and debris with a fresh filter.

Tires: If you have winter tires on, now is the time to switch to regular all-season tires. Winter tires are designed for colder conditions and using them for too long can reduce their lifespan. Additionally, they tend to be noisier due to their aggressive tread.

Wiper Blades: Winter can be tough on wiper blades, so check their condition. Frosted windshields, cinders, and salt can wear down the soft rubber quickly. Replace them if necessary to ensure clear visibility while driving.

Cabin Air Filter: Don’t neglect your cabin air filter, which filters the air that enters your vehicle through the vents. Regularly changing this filter can improve fuel efficiency as a well-functioning engine requires less energy, resulting in less frequent trips to the gas station.

Spring Cleaning: Give your vehicle a thorough cleaning both inside and out to prepare for summer adventures. Not only will this benefit your vehicle in the long run, but it will also save you money.

By following these maintenance tips, you’ll keep your vehicle in top shape and enjoy worry-free driving in the upcoming season.