The Car Care Council has established April as National Car Care Month to encourage drivers to pay attention to car maintenance in order to promote safety.
Rich White, executive director of the Car Care Council, recently said, “Your car has gotten you through one of the worst winters in recent memory, working overtime in harsh conditions, but the extreme cold, potholes and road salt have taken a toll. Since most Americans rely on their vehicles nearly every day to get to work, school and everywhere in between, taking a little time for car care now can save headaches and money in the long run.”
For quick tips on how to add car care, including making sure your tires are in great shape and what to do if they’re not, read Spring Car Care Tips.
To read more about National Car Care Month, visit http://www.carcare.org.