As you start planning your fall roads trips to the cabin, lake, grandma’s house and other must-visit stops along Route 66, be sure your car can get you there in one piece.
• Cooling System — Car engines can overheat after spending hours on the interstate driving at high speeds in the hot sun. Be sure to have the proper engine coolant that is 50/50 coolant and water mixture.
• Tires — Make sure your tires are not over-inflated as the air in tires expands when the weather warms up.
• Air Filter — Change your filter every year or every 15,000 miles for clean car air.
– Carolyn Taylor, The Oklahoma 100