Fast cars, road trips, dials up… can only mean one thing- Summertime. But the summer season’s high temperatures can also be tough on your vehicle. Constant sun and direct sun exposure can destroy paint, rubber, plastic trim, and upholstery, or at a minimum fade, crack, or peel.
WHEN fast food chains begin to advertise their fish ‘offerings’ I know Lent has come. I look forward to the Lenten Season because for me it is the perfect time to relax, recharge, and most of all reflect. I look forward to it because finally fish and fries are available again.
Getting hotter and hotter right? Well aside from summer trips we also look forward for graduation during this season so let me share to you my awesome car accessories haul for the new grad to help him drive into the real world.
Temperatures are rising and so is everyone’s temper. No one can stand each other especially in traffic. It’s hard to keep a cool head when you’re stuck on the road inside a burning hot car. No wonder everybody needs a break during summer. Driving is no fun under the scorching heat. I’d rather stay away from running errands during noon and stay inside the comforts of any air-conditioned establishment.
The warmer months are upon us and although we are already preparing for that needed vacation, our cars don’t get any breaks between Holy Week and Labor Day weekends. So, here are my tips to keeping that ride in good shape this summer.