Why is Spring Vehicle Maintenance Important?

Even if Old Man Winter went easy on your area of the country this year and didn’t leave your car buried under blizzards, damaged by ice storms, and covered with road salt, the season can still take a pretty significant toll on a vehicle. Don’t underestimate the effects of temperature changes on your tires, your battery, your fluid levels…

What we’re saying is, it’s important to give your ride some extra TLC as the weather turns warm. 

Just like the HVAC system or essential appliances in your home, a car needs regular tune-ups to make sure it’s running efficiently — and you’re not running it into the ground. The consequences of skipping spring maintenance could be costly, literally, because emergency repairs or an unexpected breakdown will take a big bite out of your household budget. Car problems are also a huge inconvenience. Who wants to switch on their car’s AC on the first hot day and get a puff of stale, warm air blown into their face?

Avoid hassles and headaches in the spring and summer months by adding these essential vehicle maintenance tasks to your to-do list:

Aside from saving you money and keeping you comfortable, preventative vehicle maintenance is also about safety. As providers of mobile auto glass repair in Bucks County, PA, and all over the Northeast Region, safety is always our top priority. Even amid the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, we’re continuing to offer our services — while taking heightened health and safety precautions — so customers can keep their vehicles free of dangerous windshield chips and cracks.

In the course of your spring vehicle check-up, if you notice that you need to fix a cracked windshield in Philadelphia or any surrounding community, we are available to help. Simply give us a call or fill out a contact form on our website. 

We will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation and adjust our policies accordingly. Remember to keep checking our blog as we post relevant tips for vehicle owners, including how to protect your vehicle when it’s parked for a prolonged period of time. 

Feel free to reach out to us with questions or concerns, and stay safe out there! 

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