Blue 2020 Hyundai Sonata

A car is an investment, and it's essential to protect your investments. The following quarantine tips are designed to help you do just that! These suggestions will keep your car looking great and running smoothly for years.

Check the Air Filter Regularly or at Every Oil Change

This can save a lot of money in the long run by preventing major engine problems because dirty air filters restrict airflow and make engines work harder than necessary. Replace as needed with a new one from Auto Zone if you suspect any damage has occurred.

Keep Your Tires Properly Inflated

Under-inflated tires wear out faster, reduce fuel economy, and contribute to uneven tire wear, which may lead to premature replacement of expensive rubber parts like brakes, shock absorbers, and suspension parts. Check the owner's manual for the recommended tire pressure for your vehicle.

Drive with Caution

Minimize unnecessary hard braking, high-speed cornering, or quick starts to minimize stress on drivetrain components like the engine transmission and differential. This will extend component life, improve fuel economy, reduce wear & tear on your tires and save you money.

Follow the Maintenance Schedule in Your Owner's Manual

Make sure to follow all scheduled visits for tune-ups, oil changes, filter changes, etc. Don't wait to address problems that may come up during these visits. Having an outdated air filter or low application of anti-freeze can cause significant engine problems.

Wash Your Car Regularly

This helps protect the finish from corrosive road salt, brake dust, and other elements that may harm paint over time. It also keeps the glass clean, which makes it easier to see on cloudy days.

You understandably want to minimize your time in a public environment, but you also need to take great care of your Hyundai. Use these essential tips to keep your Hyundai well-maintained for the duration of the pandemic, and connect with a Hyundai associate if you have any pressing questions or concerns.