Hello, and welcome back to our blog! Fall has finally arrived in Colorado, so it’s time to say “Goodbye” to 90-degree heat and “Hello” to crisp, cool days. Along with fall comes a new set of demands placed on vehicles. While you probably used your car to take road trips around Colorado and beyond, or packed your Subaru Outback full of camping gear for a mountain getaway, your car most likely requires a little attention. Giving your car a good once over for each new season is a great way to make sure your vehicle is in ship-shape for the oncoming season and, today, we would like to look at some of the best ways to prepare your car for the fall season. Please continue reading part one of our short blog series below.

Inspect Your Tires

Because you probably did a lot of long distance driving this summer, it’s a good idea to check your tires. As you inspect your tires, check the tire pressure using a tire pressure gauge. The recommended air pressure for your tires is usually listed on a sticker on the foot step or in the space where your door seals when closed. If you notice a tire loses pressure quickly after being filled, there is likely a small hole, that, if left in disrepair, may lead to costly repairs down the road. Additionally, check for signs of wear and tear. Does the tread look worn out and frayed? If so, take your vehicle in for a tire rotation, repair, or to get a new set installed.

Inspect Your Auto Glass

There’s nothing worse than having a windshield that is full of tiny, micro-sized chips, large chips, cracks, and worst of all, long, obtrusive cracks that run across the length of the windshield. Not only is it unsightly to look at, a damaged windshield is dangerous because it can inhibit a driver’s vision. What’s more, as colder temperatures settle in along the Front Range, the change in temperature may cause a crack or chip in your windshield to get worse, especially when the temperatures reach freezing. One of the most important steps you can take when preparing your car for the colder Colorado seasons is to schedule your vehicle for a windshield replacement or repair.

These are just a few of the ways to prepare your vehicle for the fall season. Tune in to our blog next time for part two to learn more tips for getting your car ready for the cooler weather ahead. To schedule a windshield replacement in Denver, call Denver Mobile Auto Glass, where our mobile windshield technicians will come to you to do the replacement or repairs.