Spring 2022 Auto Maintenance Tips  

It's that time of year again. Flowers are blooming, the sun is shining, and your car needs a tune-up. Here are some tips to help you get your car ready for spring 2022.

Get a tune-up

Your car's engine is a lot like your body. If you don't exercise it, it will start to feel sluggish. A good tune-up will help your car run more efficiently and save you money on gas.

Check the fluids

It's essential to check your car's fluids regularly, especially during the spring and summer months. Ensure that the oil is at the right level, the brake fluid is complete, and the radiator coolant is at the correct temperature.

Clean the exterior

Give your car a good cleaning from top to bottom. For example, wash the windows, polish the chrome, and vacuum the interior. It will help you avoid problems like rust and corrosion.

Inflate the tires

Make sure that your tires are properly inflated. It will improve your gas mileage and make your car handle better on the road.

Check the battery

Cold weather can be brutal on car batteries, so it's essential to check it before the warmer months. A good rule of thumb is to replace your battery every three years.

Wax the car

Waxing your car will make it easier to clean. It's a good idea to do this every few months, especially if you live in an area with harsh weather conditions.

Waxing your car will help protect the paint and make it look its best. It's also an excellent way to prevent minor scratches and dings.

Get an oil change

It's a good idea to get an oil change after a certain number of miles. It will help keep your car running smoothly and prevent costly repairs down the road.

Most cars need an oil change every 5,000 miles or so. So spring is an excellent time to get your oil changed before the summer heat kicks in.

Don't forget the brakes

In addition to regular maintenance, it's essential to have your brakes checked regularly. It is especially true if you live in an area with lots of hills.

Make sure that your brakes are in good condition. Have them serviced and replace the brake pads when they start to wear thin.


Following these simple tips will help you keep your car running all spring and summer smoothly long. Then, visit our dealership for more information.

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