Every season requires different driving habits in order to stay as safe as possible behind the wheel. Spring is no exception, as the warm weather typically brings more water, uneven terrain and more people to worry about on the roads. Read ahead for some tips to make your daily commute more comfortable.
The biggest thing for spring driving is adjusting to the new roads. The snow and ice will be replaced by puddles and potholes, so it’s important you continue to drive with caution. Always avoid these whenever possible, as it will help to keep your car in good shape as well as keep you safe.
Nice weather often brings more people outside. Therefore, you could be sharing the road with more individuals including joggers and cyclists. Make sure you pay attention to all of your surroundings and not just the other cars on the road.
Finally, you should consider changing your cabin air filter if you suffer from allergies during the spring time. A new air filter will do a better job of catching pollutants, thus relieving you from your allergies.
Written by NewRoads Automotive Group