8001 Minnetonka Blvd.


Mon-Thu: 7am -6pm
Friday: 7am – 5pm

6407 West Lake Street


Mon-Thu: 7am -6pm
Friday: 7am – 5pm

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Regular Maintenance in the Summer

by | Jul 24, 2018 | Car Care Tips, General Car Maintenance, Maintained, Regular Maintenance

Regular Maintenance


No matter what time of the year it is, you will want to have your vehicle properly inspected. During regular maintenance inspections we will inspect the parts and components of your vehicle. You will also want to make sure that the vehicle handles and sounds correct. If there is an issue with anything odd, make sure to have it inspected as soon as possible. This will help prevent further issues or damage from happening to the vehicle. Having a safe and reliable vehicle is important.


Regular Maintenance for tires

The tires should also be inspected. We should professionally inspect them, but also make sure to remember to visually check the tires from time to time. Checking the tires includes the air pressure, tread wear, and overall condition of them as well. When you check them, you can help to ensure the tires are in the best condition possible. If there is an issue with how often you fill up the tire with air, it could indicate a leak. You will need to bring the vehicle in so we can inspect and repair the tire. Also remember to check the spare tire for any issue. You will need to rely on the spare tire if the regular tire blows out, so make sure it is in good condition.

Windshield wipers

The windshield wipers should also be inspected for the summer. If they are making any odd noises or sounds, they should be replaced as soon as possible. In the summer the windshield wipers help clear away the rain and road grime. This will improve the visibility as you are driving. Anytime there is an issue with visibility, your safety is also compromised. Also bringing the vehicle in can help improve the efficiency of it as well. Having a safe vehicle is important for you and those around you when you drive.