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by Jeff Rasansky - February 15, 2011
Jeff Rasansky
Jeff Rasansky, managing partner of Rasansky Law Firm, is an aggressive Dallas personal injury lawyer with 25 years of legal experience.

Spring isn’t far away and that means it’ll be time to maintain your vehicle again. Even though you might not have reached the point where you officially need an oil change yet and even though your alignment might seem fine, the changes of seasons can serve as good reminders to go in and have your vehicle serviced. Of course, it’s also the best time to make sure that your vehicle is properly set up for the changes in the weather. Making sure that your vehicle is ready for what the weather is about to bring is one of the best ways to avoid a Dallas car accident.

Having your oil changed and having a tune-up is always a good idea when the seasons change. You don’t necessarily have to do it on that schedule and, if you have another schedule you follow, that’s fine, but make sure you do it regularly. Some vehicle owners like to run different weights of oil in their car during different seasons, and changing the type of tires you’re using may be a good idea, depending on the climate where you live.
toyotapriusHaving a mechanic take a look at your brakes is also not a bad thing to do when spring rolls around. Most of the time, people wait until their brakes are worn down enough that they start squealing to bring them in to be fixed. While the squealing is designed to serve as a warning, it’s better to keep on top of this vital system of your vehicle. In some areas, salt and other substances that are spread on the road to improve traction may damage parts of the vehicle. It’s always a good idea to make sure that everything is right where your brakes are concerned.

Having your vehicle properly maintained is a big part of staying safe on the road. While beater cars do have their charm, they’re dangerous and must be properly maintained by a qualified mechanic. If your vehicle hasn’t been serviced in a long time, spring might serve as just the right impetus to have a bit of work done. After all, summer is driving season and you’ll want to make sure that your vehicle is ready to hit the road when the warmer weather comes along. If someone injures you because of bad brakes or another problem with your vehicle, consider contacting a car wreck lawyer.

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