7 Summer Car Tips Every Driver Should Know by Ariel Nicole - Musely
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7 Summer Car Tips Every Driver Should Know

posted in Automobile
03/31/2015
  • BLOWN OUT TIRES?? Tires are more prone to blow out during summer months! Be prepared..Periodically check your tread by sticking a penny into the groove of the tire with Lincoln's head facing inwards. If you can see the top of Abe's head, it's time for a new set.
    BLOWN OUT TIRES?? Tires are more prone to blow out during summer months! Be prepared..Periodically check your tread by sticking a penny into the groove of the tire with Lincoln's head facing inwards. If you can see the top of Abe's head, it's time for a new set.

  • ENGINE OVERHEAT? If you see symptoms of an overheated engine,pull over to a safe place, turn off the engine, and wait at least a half hour for it to cool down fully before opening the hood. If your coolant levels are low, topping off the tank (it’s the translucent plastic one) could do the trick
    ENGINE OVERHEAT? If you see symptoms of an overheated engine,pull over to a safe place, turn off the engine, and wait at least a half hour for it to cool down fully before opening the hood. If your coolant levels are low, topping off the tank (it’s the translucent plastic one) could do the trick
  • SUNNY OUT? Spending time in the sun is just as bad for your car as it is for you, as sun damage can cause paint and interiors to fade. To prevent problems, park in a garage when possible and invest in a sunshade.
    SUNNY OUT? Spending time in the sun is just as bad for your car as it is for you, as sun damage can cause paint and interiors to fade. To prevent problems, park in a garage when possible and invest in a sunshade.

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