If you're like most people out there, you probably don't have the time or know-how to handle maintenance on your car. That's why Christian Brothers Automotive in Allen is here. We offer several different services for our customers in Allen, including tune-ups, safety inspections, brake repairs, and alignments.
But just because we have a comprehensive list of services doesn't mean you should ignore your car between visits to Christian Brothers Automotive in Allen. Here are three simple things that you can check on your car on a regular basis that may improve performance and help you avoid future problems.
1. Windshield Wipers
Worn windshield wipers can turn a drive in a rainstorm from a stressful experience into something very dangerous. Depending on how much you drive and where you live, you should probably replace your wipers ever six to twelve months. If you are looking for an indication if your wipers need to be replaced, listen for skipping, streaking, or squeaking sounds. You can also look at them closely to see if there is any corrosion, damage, or signs of wear and tear. You should be able to install new wipers in just a few minutes. Or come into Christian Brothers Automotive in Allen and let us do it for you.
2. Tire Pressure
An important tool in anyone's glovebox is a tire gauge. The DMV recommends that you should check your tire pressure on a weekly or biweekly basis. To learn the ideal PSI for your tires, look in your owner's manual. If you need more air, you should be able to use an air compressor at a local gas station for a few quarters.
Take a few minutes and check your headlights, brake lights, and turn signals with the help of a friend or family member. Find one that is broken? Go to a local auto parts store to find the right bulb and read your manual to learn how to replace it yourself. Or you can drop by Christian Brothers Automotive in Allen and have us take care of the replacement for you.
What are you waiting for? Get off your computer and go check these important items on your vehicle today! Knowing that your wipers, lights, and tires are working can go a long way to helping you feel better about driving on Allen roads.