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When the weather warms up, it’s never uncommon to see people inspecting their vehicles to ready them for springtime. Inspections help you find problems with your vehicle, which ultimately keeps you safe on the road. However, it’s not always easy to know what to look for.

Commercial vehicles

You may see wear and tear on your own or your company’s vehicles after a long winter.

Here’s a checklist you can use to inspect your vehicle:

?Air filters

?Hose clamps


?Windshield wipers

?Oil changes

?Tire tread

?Exterior and interior

?Wheel alignment


?Timing belt

?Brakes and brake pads

?Air conditioning



Ensure you listen for other mechanical issues in your vehicle since some problems aren’t as easily identifiable.

Safety first

Vehicle safety is especially important once spring comes around. Take time to inspect your vehicle to ensure it’s running smoothly. The better shape your vehicles are in, the safer you’ll be on the road.