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Don’t try to make it, be ready ahead of time!

All you have to do to get stuck on the side of the road is ignore the temperature gauge or warning light on your dashboard, or neglect the periodic maintenance that your vehicle requires to remain safe and reliable. The summer season is the perfect time to get all your vehicles steady for the hot weather, and a cooling system check should be at the top of that list. Coolant fluids deteriorate over time. A simple quality check of your coolant strength along with a visual inspection of the belts and hoses is all it takes. If you are due for a coolant flush, this inexpensive service will ensure that your engine is protected from overheating or system damage due to hot summer temperatures.

Important! An engine without coolant will only run for a few seconds before it will literally seize up—requiring major repairs or even engine replacement. If your temperature gauge moves from its normal range, a warning light comes on, or you notice steam coming from under the hood, safely pull off the road immediately, turn off your engine, and call a tow truck. Don’t take any chances! Don’t wait for summer’s heat to blow your cool—schedule a System Service today!