people may think cold temperatures hurt your car's battery more than hot. But
mechanics say that's not necessarily the case.
are some tips on how to protect your car this summer.
temperatures above 80 degrees and summer travel in full swing, mechanics say
taking care of your car and its battery should be a top priority.
the weather the way it's been now, a lot of excessive heat will be bad for it—pulls
harder on your vehicle," O'Reilly Retail Service Specialist Kris Hattery said.
experts say more batteries die in July than in January. Because excessive heat
can cause the cells inside the battery to burn up and die.
recommend having your battery checked every few months.
tip—check your fluids once a week.
you're running low, your system will work harder and not as efficient," Hattery
experts also say your wipers should be replaced seasonally, so you're ready for
extreme summer weather.
weather really affects them. If your car sits outside in the winter, it can
tear your blades," Hattery said.
even though it's hot, mechanics say rolling your window down can save you
you run your air conditioning a lot, it can cause your motor to work harder as
Mechanics say by following these
tips, you and your car can stay cool in the summer heat.
Chance of a shower or T-storm Sunday, otherwise the weekend forecast is looking good.
1908 Grand Avenue, Wausau, WI 54403
News Tips: firstname.lastname@example.org or 715-842-9293