Get Your Chevy Ready for Fall

Whether you just bought a new Chevy from Classic Chevrolet or you have a Chevy that is a few years old, you’ll still need to get your vehicle ready for fall. You could get snow in late fall, so you should also think about getting your vehicle ready for some winter weather, too.

Exterior Care

Be sure to wash and wax your Chevy while it’s still nice. Washing the vehicle removes any dirt, grime and bugs that can eat through the paint. Putting a fresh coat of wax on your Chevy protects the paint through the rest of the fall season and the winter season.

Interior Care

Prepping the interior is just as important as the exterior, especially the carpets. Give the inside a good vacuuming. The fall and winter seasons will add more dirt and mud to the carpets and it’ll be difficult to get out if it builds up too much. And, even though the sun won’t seem as hot, it’s UV rays are just as damaging, so have the inside detailed and give the materials a coating of the appropriate protection, whether it’s vinyl, leather or plastic. And, remember to use the sun shields in the windshield.

Mechanical Care

Mechanical care is just as important that caring for the paint and interior materials. Have your service technician check your vehicle’s brakes, belts, hoses, tires and fluids. If something is leaking or worn out, it’s best to replace it now lest it leave you stranded in a snowstorm. Even if it’s not time for the manufacturer’s recommended maintenance interval, it’s a good idea to have your vehicle checked thoroughly.

Heat

Since it’s still warm, most people won’t think of this – but check the heater. If it’s not working like it was last year, you won’t be able to get your windows defrosted easily; and you’ll be stuck commuting in a freezing car. Be sure to check that all of the vents including the defroster works; and that the temperature and fan speeds work.

Visit Classic Chevrolet

Call our service department at Classic Chevy to schedule an appointment to have your vehicle checked and, if necessary, repaired for the fall and winter months.

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