If you're planning road trips this summer, it's essential to make sure your car is ready to handle the temperature, road conditions, and all the miles you'll drive. When seasons change, it's the perfect time for a routine service appointment to get your oil changed, tires checked and rotated, and top off all fluids.

You'll also want to check your air conditioning and install a new air filter. Between the elevated pollen rates and increased road construction, blocking the outside allergens and particles will improve the air for all passengers and make every drive more enjoyable.

Other things to keep in your car before your summer driving are a few bottles of drinking water, a roadside emergency kit, a tire pressure gauge, a few packaged snacks, and jumper cables. These will keep you safe if you are stranded and have to wait for help.

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