Nissan Spring Car Care and Regular Maintenance
Now that winter is all but in the rearview mirror, you’re probably looking ahead to tackling your spring cleaning. Whether you’re a regular spring cleaner, someone who’s new to the game, or even if you never do any spring cleaning – this blog is for you. Why? Because spring car care is an important thing to tackle after the harsh winter months if you want to keep your Nissan vehicle in tip top shape. We’re going to give you the rundown on a few things you should take care of with your vehicle this spring, plus give you some tips for regular maintenance that you should definitely consider if you work from home or simply aren’t consistently driving.
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Spring Car Care Checklist
If you drive your vehicle year round, there’s a good chance you have to take it through some pretty rough conditions brought about by the weather. Before you do anything else, our first tip would be to give your vehicle a nice wash to get all of the elements you’ve been driving it through right off. Snow, sleet, ice and, worst of all, the road salt thrown to deice highways can damage your vehicle’s exterior. So, you want to make sure to clean this off as soon as possible. Here’s a checklist for you to go through with additional things that you might want to check as part of your spring car care routine.
- Wash & Wax
- Tire Tread
- Tire Pressure
- Windshield Wipers
- Fluid Levels
You can touch all the bases by bringing your vehicle in right here to the Rairdon’s Nissan of Auburn service department. Bring your vehicle in for an oil change or some other kind of maintenance, and we’ll throw in a complimentary multi-point inspection in which we’ll touch on all of these bases.
Maintenance Tips for Long-term Parking
Long-term parking might sound more serious than your situation, but regardless of the circumstances if you don’t drive your vehicle on a regular, everyday basis, there are some things that you should be doing to make sure your vehicle remains running as smoothly as it should once it is time to start up the engine and go for a drive.
- Go for a short drive around the block every few days to keep your battery charged
- Check your fluid levels occasionally to make sure everything is good to go next time you head out
- Check your tire pressure occasionally and refill if necessary to prevent your tires from going flat
- Keep your paint job looking fresh and new by washing your vehicle as regularly as possible
Following these tips, and taking care of your spring car care checklist, should make sure that your vehicle is always ready to go.