Tire pressure gauge
1. Use a gauge to check tire pressure.
2. Test tire tread by inserting an upside-down penny; If you can’t see Lincoln’s entire head, it may be time for new tires
Before you hit the road in spring and fall, get your vehicle ready.
Tires can lose pressure in cold weather, gain in warm weather; look inside the driver’s door or in your owner’s manual for the correct setting for you vehicle.
1. Get oil changed.
2. Ask a technician to test how much battery life is left.
3. Have tires rotated.
4. Have filters checked.
5. Have brakes checked; a technician can tell you how much longer pads should last.
Oil is graded for different weather conditions; make sure yours is right for your climate.
Front tires on 4-wheel- and front-wheel-drive vehicles can wear out twice as fast as rear tires.
Dirty filters can waste gas and cause engine to lose power.
Changing cabin filter could lessen seasonal allergies.