Summer Maintenance Tips For Your Car


Your car is your life: we get that. You can’t let anything happen to it. Agreed! So when you don’t hesitate to take good care of yourself during the summers such as drinking lots of water, eating healthy and using a deodorant why should your car be left behind?

 

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In summers, especially, it is important to make sure your car is in a good working condition! If you leave it stranded in the heat or ignore the tiniest of quirks and glitches, then there are lots of issues that can arise later.

So to make sure your vehicle is protected against the hazards of summer, here’s what you can do:

 

1. Check Tire Pressure Regularly:

Due to the heat, car tires tend to get under-inflated, over-inflated or worn down. Any of these three conditions can prove to be dangerous while you are on the road. Therefore, while nothing can be done about the rising temperatures, you can certainly take precautions and get the air pressure checked regularly. It is free of cost and hardly takes time!

 

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2. Get The Brakes Checked:

Driving a car during the summers puts a lot of pressure on the brakes. This means they can easily become faulty or weary and need to be checked periodically. Moreover, brakes are the single most important safety feature on your car so you can’t take that lightly and keep driving on the scorching roads.

 

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3. Wash & Wax Your Car:

Indian summers and dust go hand-in-hand. This means that your car needs to be washed every now and then. Moreover, wax it using a polish with UV protection. This way, you will reduce sun damage and paint fading. This will give your car an ever-lasting sheen!

 

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4. Don’t Let The Battery Die:

The summer heat can accelerate the chemical reaction inside the battery causing it to be overcharged. This can dramatically shorten the lifespan of the battery and can die sooner than you can anticipate. Heat damages the battery by evaporating the internal battery fluid. Therefore, to ensure you don’t get surprised when your car stops right in the middle of the road – please get it checked periodically!

 

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Lastly:To protect the paint and interiors, make sure you keep the car in the garage or under an awning whenever possible. Your car will be just fine if you follow these tips and get through the scorching summers like a pro.