Car Maintenance Checklist for Rainy Weather
Rainy weather can be hard on your car, so it's important to perform regular maintenance to keep it running smoothly. Start by checking your windshield wipers for wear and tear and replace them if necessary. Next, check the tire tread depth and replace the tires if necessary. Then, check the brakes for wear and tear and replace them if necessary. Make sure your headlights and taillights are functioning properly. Check fluid levels (oil, coolant, brake fluid, etc.) and top off if necessary. Check battery terminals for corrosion and clean if necessary. Look for any visible signs of rust or corrosion, as well as any visible signs of leaks. Check for any visible signs of damage to the body or frame, as well as any visible signs of damage to the suspension or steering components. Taking the time to perform these maintenance checks will help keep your car running safely and smoothly in the rain.