Get Your Car Ready For Fall!

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When the weather is starting to cool down and the kids are back in school, you know that summer has officially come to an end. And if you’ve been taking your car on road trips and cross-country adventures this summer, then it might just be in need of some serious TLC. Frequent off-roading and camping adventures can cause the outside and inside of your car to be littered with debris, your emergency kit might be missing some parts, and you might be facing some much needed auto maintenance. So in order to get your car ready for the change of seasons, follow these steps, and take on the roads with confidence!

Get a Car Wash and Detailing

Road trips and off-road camping trips can sure be fun in the summertime, but it can also dirty up the outside and inside of your car! That’s why it’s a great time to take your car to a car wash for a thorough cleaning and interior detailing to make sure everything is in the best possible condition! Your passengers will thank you later!

Check Your Emergency Kit

Every driver should have an emergency kit in their car in case of an emergency. Your emergency kit might include some basic tools, jumper cables, contact information, and your insurance card. So as the seasons change and you decompress from summer, take a look through your car’s emergency kit to make sure everything is where it needs to be!

See a Mechanic For any Maintenance Repairs

As you’re getting ready for fall, you’re going to want your ride to be in top-notch shape! And after a summer full of road trips and cross-country adventures, your ride might just be in need of some serious maintenance. Your tires, brakes, and air conditioning all work extra hard during the summer months to keep your car driving the way you need it to, so it’s vital that you get those parts the care and attention they need to get ready for the change of seasons!

And for the best auto care in town, you’ve got to come straight to the pros here at Northside Auto! Give us a call today, and we’ll get you back on the road in no time!

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