Summer is the ideal time to check up on your car’s maintenance. Make sure to check all of your fluids including your oil, coolant, and brake/power steering fluid. Make sure to check for frayed belts and hoses, and replace any cracked or perished rubber parts. Regularly check the tire pressure and inspect your tires for any hairline cracks or wear and tear. Ensure your windshield wipers are in good condition, and replace them if necessary. Make sure to schedule necessary tune-ups and servicing to keep your car running in top condition. With a little bit of preventive maintenance, your car will be ready for the heat of summer.