Les Bronson
Scranton, PA, Allentown  & Binghamton, NY
CALL (570) 309-2102


While summer is coming to an end, it's still important to protect your vehicle from the damages that the sun's rays and the heat can cause. In this instalment, you'll find a few things that you should keep in mind if you want to maintain your vehicle properly, even when it's hot outside.

How to Protect Your Vehicle from the Heat

Inspect Your Vehicle Regularly

You should always pay attention to your vehicle and do quick inspection rounds regularly to ensure that all is well with it. However, during those hotter days, your car can be under even more stress, so you'll need to keep an eye out for certain components that can be more affected by it. For example:
  • The heat can seriously impact your battery and its functioning, so treat it right.
  • The tires in your vehicle come in contact with the hot road, so make sure they aren't damaged by it.
  • Finally, your vehicle's cooling system works extra hard during hot days, so be certain that it's well enough to keep your car going.

Take Preventive Measures

Of course, it's easier to keep your vehicle from getting damage, than it is to deal with the consequences of not being careful enough. For that reason, you should keep your vehicle safe from the sun rays and the heat by:
  • Parking it in the shade whenever possible, especially on sunnier days.
  • Using sun shades on its windshield and windows to keep its insides free from harm.
  • Keeping a coolant or water bottle in your car so you can deal with an overheated engine appropriately.

Take Your Vehicle to an Expert

Finally, an important tip to keep your vehicle in top shape (whether it's hot or rainy outside) is to take it to a professional mechanic. They'll be able to assess its condition and fine-tune it if necessary.

Call (570) 309-2102 for Synthetic Oil in Wilkes-Barre

Trust in AMSOIL's synthetic oil in Wilkes-Barre to protect your vehicle when the temperatures are extreme. It'll help it stay well-lubricated and can even improve its performance. Contact Les Bronson at Bronson Distributors in Wilkes-Barre for more information.


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Nicholson, PA 18446
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