7 tips and tricks to take care of your car in summers

BY Ashish Tiwari

Summer can be a challenging season for cars, with high temperatures and intense sunlight. Here are some tips to help you take care of your car in summers:


1. Check and Change the Oil: High temperatures can cause oil to break down and become less effective. Check your car`s oil levels regularly and change the oil as recommended by the manufacturer.

2. Keep the Car Cool: Park your car in a shaded area, or use a car shade to protect it from the sun. You can also use a reflective windshield sunshade to keep the interior cool.

3. Check the Tires: High temperatures can cause tires to expand, which can lead to blowouts. Check your tire pressure regularly and make sure it`s at the recommended level. Also, check the tire tread and replace tires that are worn out.

4. Keep the Car Clean: Dust and dirt can accumulate on your car`s exterior during summer months, and this can cause damage to the paint. Wash your car regularly and apply a protective wax to keep the paint looking new.

5. Check the Battery: High temperatures can also affect your car`s battery life. Check your battery regularly and replace it if it`s more than three years old or showing signs of wear.

6. Check the Coolant Levels: High temperatures can cause your car`s engine to overheat. Check your coolant levels regularly and make sure they`re at the recommended level.

7. Check the Air Conditioning System: Your car`s air conditioning system is essential during the summer months. Make sure it`s working correctly and replace the filters regularly.

Always remember taking care of your car in summers requires regular maintenance and attention. By checking and changing the oil, keeping the car cool, checking the tires, keeping the car clean, checking the battery, checking the coolant levels, and checking the air conditioning system, you can ensure your car performs well during summer months.


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