Warmer weather typically brings an increase in automobile travel as people head for vacation destinations. While you shouldn’t leave home without having access to emergency roadside assistance, it is also a good idea to perform maintenance services on your car to decrease your chance of needing to use it. Below are some tips to help your car be ready for your next trip.
1) Check your tire pressure regularly. A tire that is over- or under-inflated can be very dangerous in summer weather. You should be aware that for every increase of 10 degrees in outside air temperature, your tire pressure can vary one to two pounds per square inch (PSI). [Read more…]