Autumn driving and car maintenance tips

2 min to readDriver safety
The days are getting shorter, the weather cooler and trees are beginning to turn red and orange. So get out your scarves and check out these seasonal car tips!

1. Check your tyres:

Checking your tyre pressure and tread on a regular basis is very important. The change of the seasons, so every three months, is the perfect time to do it. Make sure your tyres are inflated properly and the tread isn’t warn out.

2. Fluid levels:

Checking and maintain your car’s fluid levels should be done regularly all year round and we recommend to checking them every few months. Oil, water and windscreen wiper fluids are all musts to be checked and topped up if needed.

3. Lights:

With the days getting shorter and darker, having properly functioning lights is essential. Now is the time to test front, rear, brake and fog lights so you’re not left in the dark. For your brake lights you can test them by asking a family member or friend to stand behind your car and check if they’re working. Or test them yourself by parking in front of a window and checking the reflection.

4. Keep it clean:

Summer can bring with it a lot of dust and sand so the change of seasons is a good time to give the exterior of your car a good wash. Don’t forget to clean your windscreen wipers too as dirty wipers can scratch up your windscreen.

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Having a well maintained car is important for your safety and the safety of all road users. Keeping up with regular car maintenance is vital to keep your car in the best condition ensuring all your trips are safe.

Published at October 20, 2021
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October 20, 2021

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