Summer driving punishes your engine, tires, brakes, battery and paint--problems you’ll want to address before school errands turn your personal vehicle into a limousine.
A midsummer's drive can turn your vehicle into a piece of abstract art, especially above roadways where insects tend to congregate. Their remains mess up a vehicle’s appearance, and, given enough time, the sun bakes them and harms the finishes and protective coatings.
Children readily charge into traffic after a ball or sprint from a school bus without looking. That’s just part of being young, exuberant and carefree.
And that’s a big problem even for careful drivers as schools across the nation start fall sessions.
Tires tolerate a lot of stress, even on blistering summer roads. But they need a little nurturing to keep your family safe on all those upcoming road trips and weekend outings.