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Spring Vehicle Maintenance Tips

Spring Vehicle Maintenance Tips

Taking care of your vehicle by doing some simple spring vehicle maintenance can help you to keep your car in full running condition. This maintenance can prevent accidents and help to prevent traffic violations. Here are some of the things you should consider doing for your car this spring:

  1. Oil. You will want to make sure that you change your oil, and your oil filter. Not replacing your oil could result in high fuel consumption, and severe engine damage.
  2. Wiper blades. Look to see if your wiper blades are cracked or torn. Damaged wiper blades can cause you not to be able to see well out of your windshield, which may lead to accidents.
  3. Fluids. You will want to make sure that you check your transmission, brake, power steering, and windshield fluids. Checking your fluids will let you know if you are running low and can help to show a leak.
  4. Windshield. Make sure that you fix any issues with your windshield. If you have a cracked windshield can cause a driving risk and may lead to a traffic violation.
  5. Lights. Check both your headlight, tail lights, and brake lights. These can cause you to wreck and may also cause you to get a traffic violation.
  6. Battery. Colder winter temperatures can do harm to your batter. Make sure that you have it tested, and if need be replace it. Also, check the battery wires for corrosion, and remove if necessary.
  7. Filters. Your air filter can become clogged over time, which can make your engine run poorly. Be sure to check and replace your air filter in the spring.
  8. Tires. You will want to make sure that you check your tires over well. Make sure that you check the pressure on all of your tires, including the spare. You will want to make sure that you maintain the optimal tire pressure. You will also want to make sure that you rotate your tires frequently and replace if needed.

Maintaining your vehicle will help you to potentially avoid costly repairs and help you to avoid traffic violations. However, if you find yourself dealing with a traffic violation, it is wise to hire an attorney that specializes in traffic laws. Having an experienced attorney on your side may get your traffic violations lowered or dismissed altogether. Contact The Daspit Law Firm today for all of your traffic violation needs.