New Year’s Resolutions for Car Owners

As we kick off the New Year, we all commit to resolutions dedicated to making positive changes in our lives. Since we spend a lot of time around cars at Ken Pollock Mitsubishi, we thought we would share some car-related resolutions that will help keep them in tip-top shape. The following are our top two New Year’s resolutions for car owners.

New Year’s Resolutions for Car Owners

  1. Care for Yourself by Caring for Your Car – The best way to keep your car in the best possible condition is to have routine maintenance performed on it. Stick to an oil change schedule and check your tire pressure and tread regularly. In addition, read your car owner’s manual for specific information on how to best take care of your car.
  2. Be a More Fuel-Efficient Driver – A lot of people make a New Year’s resolution concerning their finances, and we think it’s a great idea to extend this resolution to your car by practicing fuel-efficient driving habits that will keep a little extra money in your pocket. Avoid unnecessary acceleration and speeding, use your car’s cruise control whenever possible, and avoid idling. Idling wastes fuel unnecessarily and is also harmful to the environment, so adopting fuel-efficient driving habits will make your life a little less wasteful and a little greener.

Happy New Year from us at Ken Pollock Mitsubishi! We hope it is a great year for everyone, and know that these resolutions can help make it even better.

How to Get Your Car Ready for Winter

car ready for winter

Is your car ready for winter? With these recommended steps from Ken Pollock Mitsubishi you can be sure that your vehicle is set to face the cold season.

Replace Your Wiper Blades

When the snow is really coming down, you’d better hope that your windshield wipers are up to the task. Ensure clear visibility all winter long by changing your wiper blades before the season begins.

Get an Oil Change

You should be getting oil changes regularly in accordance with the recommended mileage in your owner’s manual. Don’t hesitate to get one done before winter arrives to be sure your engine is running its best. It’s also a great opportunity for you to have your car looked at by a professional to be sure everything is in good condition and set for the season.

Check Your Tires

The roads in Pennsylvania will no doubt be slippery with ice and snow during the winter. For the best traction and most control over your car, you need to be sure that your tires are in good condition. Take a look at the tread to make sure it’s not too worn down and check your tires’ air pressure. Keeping your tires in good shape throughout the winter is one of the easiest and most effective steps you can take towards safe winter driving.