You may not feel it quite yet, but the fall season is officially here. Pretty soon, the cool weather and brittle air will arrive and finally end this hot summer we’ve all experienced. But the changing weather can also affect your car. Changing weather and fall precipitation can create dangerous driving conditions so we provided a list of things for you to do to make sure your car is good to go:

Alignment & Rotation
Getting an alignment and rotation is one of those things that you may hear about a lot but not know exactly what they do. An alignment is important because it helps your car drive on the straight and narrow and keeps it from drifting too far from one side or the other. Meanwhile a rotation is extremely helpful in prolonging the life and health of your tires. With changing temperatures and the chance of precipitation and debris on the road, having tires that are up for the task is essential.

Tire Pressure
In case you didn’t already know, a change in temperature can also affect your tire’s air pressure. The most important thing you can do is know your tire’s recommended air pressure. The recommended number can vary depending on the make, model, and age of your vehicle so you should consult your car’s manual to see what it suggests. Having an overly inflated or under inflated tire can be both dangerous and harmful to your gas mileage.

Full Detail
The fall season also means leaves, bugs and dirt falling from trees and onto your car. You’ll want to make sure you take care of this issue before it becomes a bigger problem. You can always clean and wipe down the seats yourself, but nothing takes care. The start of fall is a great time to do that!

A/C and Heater
Nothing would be worse than having the first really cool morning of the year… and your hot air doesn’t work. There’s a way you can get ahead of that so it doesn’t happen to you. Bring it into Nalley Nissan Cumming for a full inspection and we’ll help give 

If you have any questions or concerns about your vehicle, please visit us and our expertly trained technicians will be happy to take care of any problem you throw their way. Be safe on the roads and have a great school year!