When traveling, always make sure your vehicle is inspected before you drive. This way you can help to increase the safety and dependability of it. If there are any issues, having them fixed as soon as you can is important. This will reduce the chance of a breakdown and costly repair bill. There are several things that you should inspect on the vehicle. By doing so, you can help keep the vehicle lasting as long as possible.

Traveling and What to Inspect

Always check the windshield and side windows before traveling. When you do so, you will want to fully scrape all snow, ice, or frost from them. Also remember to scrape the rear windshield of the vehicle as well. When checking the windows, that is an ideal time to check the windshield wipers. If you notice any damage or rips to them, make sure that they are replaced. Having wipers in great condition can help to remove precipitation and road grime from the windshield. This also allows you to see better as well when you drive.


You will also want to remember to check each tire. This should also include the spare tire of your vehicle. Even if you think you will not need to drive on it, remember accidents can happen. If a tire blows out or is damaged, you will have to rely on the spare until the regular tire can be fixed. You should check the air pressure on each tire. Along with that, check the tread wear. If there is a tire that has tread wearing unevenly, contact us. Having the tires rotated or aligned can help to fix this issue. This way the tires can stay in the best condition and last as long as possible. If you notice an issue with the tires or how the vehicle handles, make sure to schedule an appointment with us.