As global warming increases, temperatures across the world are rising, and in some parts of the country, it can become very hot outside in the sun. During this time you not only need to take care of your skin, hair and other body parts but also your car. Extreme heat can damage car batteries because the constant heat and vibrations can cause the batteries to break down internally. Make sure that your battery is attached securely to prevent vibrations. Also, make sure to add battery fluid often because it evaporates during the hot summers. This, in turn, can cause the terminals and connections to become corroded. To avoid this clean any corrosive substance on the battery terminals and cable clamps.
Summer heat places an extra burden on the engine. Hence you need to make sure that you are using the right engine coolant. Get your cooling system checked by a technician to make sure that your engine does not get damaged. The rubber parts in the cooling system can also deteriorate due to extreme heat get the worn parts replaced because they are likely to become more damaged during the summer.
When driving on hot roads, make sure that your tires are properly inflated because those are not are likely to overheat and they may blow up. The engine fluids lubricate the different parts of your vehicle and its engine. So make sure that there are sufficient fluids because they too tend to evaporate during summer. If you keep these tips in mind, then you will be able to avoid damage to your car due to extreme heat in the summers.