The car is usually a huge investment for most people. It is expensive, and it is also very precious when you want to go to places; it allows for flexibility. However, when you want to store your car either during winter, summer or other seasons of the year it is important that you find the perfect car cover for your vehicle. If you are fortunate enough to have a garage for all your vehicles, then you will need a car cover to protect the car from moisture buildup, dust, and scratches. If you are thinking about buying a car cover, there are several things you need to consider.
Outdoor or indoor
This is the first question you should ask yourself. A car that is being stored indoors will probably not need a cover that can handle a lot of different weather conditions that the vehicle that is being parked outside will need. When the vehicle is indoors, it will probably only need protection from moisture, dust, and possible scratches. When it is parked outside, on the other hand, it will have to protect the car from snow, rain and moisture, UV rays and pollen. It will, therefore, need to have multi- covers that may incorporate up to four covers. You may, therefore, need to consider buying an all seasons cover if your car will be exposed to all the four season. You also need to buy covers that are water-resistant if your car is likely to be outside during the …
Car tune-ups are a thing of the past. Maybe if you drive something twenty years old or older, you need to have it tuned up occasionally, but these days, cars come with maintenance schedules for a reason.
What is a Tune Up?
A tune-up consists of checking and replacing parts to bring your ignition, fuel system, and engine performance to a better state of efficiency. Many mechanics don’t even offer tune-ups anymore, because it’s not necessary. It wastes their time, your time, and your money.
Sometimes tune-ups today include a new set of spark plugs, a cabin filter replacement, or an engine filter replacement. However, even these things are part of the maintenance schedule outlined in your owner’s manual, so they’re not really necessary.
You may choose to see a mechanic to perform regular checkups on your car, and it could consist of things as simple as checking your tire pressure, getting your oil changed, or rotating your tires.
Your Vehicle’s Maintenance Schedule
Typically, oil changes are required every 3000 to 5000 miles for regular oil and 6000 to 10,000 miles for synthetic oil. You should rotate your tires every 5000 miles, and you need to replace spark plugs every 100,000 miles.
Engine and cabin filters vary by make and model but should be replaced on a regular basis to keep your car running optimally. If your air filter is clogged, replacing it could improve your acceleration, and it will undoubtedly improve the cleanliness of the air in your cabin.…