The Hottest Months Have Arrived – Here’s How to Steer Clear of Summertime Car Problems.

Summer is the time when most families pile into their vehicles and head out on a long-awaited family vacation. But, with the heat comes severe summertime car issues. Is your vehicle ready to withstand the heat? Check out these top ways summertime can cause mayhem with your car and how to avoid such trouble – with a little help from your friends at NuVinAir.

  1. Air Conditioning Isn’t Cooling?
    Did you know that temperatures in a hot car can quickly reach 150 degrees or more? That’s why you can’t risk heading out on vacation if your air conditioning is not in prime condition. As temperatures climb, your A/C unit has to work harder to keep the interior cool. Before you head out, check your fluid levels and make sure your battery and electrical systems are in good working order. If it blows cold and warm air intermittently, you probably have a leak in your A/C system. Have your service agent check to see if there is plenty of refrigerant in the system and that there are no leaks eating away at your cars seals, valves, and hoses.
  2. Flat Tire?
    Didn’t think to check the condition of your tires before pulling out of the driveway? A lonely stretch of road in Wyoming with a flat tire is not the place you want to find yourself. Before you go, schedule a tire and alignment check with a trained technician. Ask them to make sure the tire pressure is set to the recommendations in the car’s manual. Ask them to look at the tire patterns as well. If the tread isn’t deep enough or there’s too much wear, you won’t have any traction on the highway.

To keep your vehicle fresh during the summer months, NuVinAir can give you a clean and healthy environment inside your car. NuVinAir’s patented technology cleans your vehicle’s air in minutes and gives you and your passengers that fresh, healthy feeling you just can’t get anywhere else.

Ask your favorite dealership or detailer for NuVinAir today and experience first-hand a new kind of clean. For more about NuVinAir, visit or call 1844-9-VinAir (984-6247)

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