Hot cars can be dangerous to people and pets alike, and keeping cool in the summer is a priority. Here’s how to protect your car and its contents.
Summertime and the living’s easy. But it is also very hot, which means heat takes its toll on vehicles and drivers alike. You can’t change the weather, but you can prepare for it. The following checklist covers the summer essentials that belong in your car’s toolkit. This is also a good time to replenish your…
Wondering how to prepare your car for summer? The season’s warm weather can be hard on your ride, placing stress on everything from its air conditioner to its battery. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to help your vehicle cruise through the heat without breaking a sweat. Read on to learn how to get your car ready for the dog days of summer. The tasks listed below are easy to…
How does heat affect your car? In at least five ways. Here is what you can do about it before a heat wave arrives.
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The effects of dry heat can damage automotive components, but if you keep an eye out and stay aware of the risks you can protect your car.
Summer’s sun can bake the interior of your car if you don’t take hot car safety precautions to help stay cool.