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Each season there are maintenance tasks to perform on your car, be it spring, summer, winter, or fall. It’s important to be prepared for exposure to the elements, be they sun, rain, snow, sleet, or hail.

For fall, you may want to:

Do some auto detailing and repair nicks and scratches that have occurred to your car. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Get it done now, to prevent costly expenses in the future. There are a number of products on the market that can do just what is needed for your car.

For Winter:

We all know we’ll need a tune up and it’s important to get the car winterized. Make sure all the fluids are leveled off, such as the oil, the transmission fluid, and the brake fluid, etc. Be sure to adjust your tire pressure according to specifications stated in the vehicle manual or on the tires. Have them balanced and rotated regularly.

For Spring:

Repair broken windshield wipers. This should be done every 6-12 months. This can be a very cost effective task. Restore cloudy headlights to improve night visibility up to 80 %.

For Summer:

You may want to restore color to faded bumpers, dashboards or seats with a variety of different products on the market which may effectuate these improvements. You might try using a sunshade for the dashboard to shade from the sun’s damaging rays.

Remember to check the owner’s manual for additional tips on regular maintenance for your vehicle.Bakersfield accident lawyer

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