Spring is in the air. That means pool parties, grilling, and driving with the roof down are right around the corner! Speaking of driving with the roof down, there are a number of ways to get your car ready for spring and summer after a long and dreary winter season. Here are just a few examples.
One way to prepare your car for spring is to give it a nice deep clean. I don’t mean just a regular vacuuming or car wash. Schedule a few hours out of a day and take out everything from your car. Then, clean each part individually and thoroughly so you can feel the difference once you put everything back. Make sure you get every little nook and cranny, including the rims, windows, seats, and underbelly of the car.
Another thing you can do to get your car ready for spring is to take your car for a tire check. [...]
You may not own a trailer at the moment, but it is more than likely that one day you might have to move, bring some new furniture home, or haul a giant piece of machinery like a lawnmower or refrigerator. Heck, you might even purchase a boat or an RV when you retire! For these reasons, it would be wise to read up on a few tips on how to drive safely with a trailer. Even if you don’t ever find yourself in any of the scenarios above, it doesn’t hurt to learn something new each day, am I right?
The first tip for anyone planning on hooking up a trailer to their vehicle is to see how much weight their car can handle. This is important so that your car can still be maneuverable and so that the trailer does not unbuckle from the weight. Usually, the weight limit is pretty high, though, so [...]