As the frost breaks and the warm weather rushes in, many people are thinking about all the adventures the coming months hold.Whether those adventures come in the form of taking the little ones to baseball, getting away for the weekend, or simply enjoying a long drive in the sunshine, you’ll want your car in tip-top shape for the summertime.The best way to do that is to have it thoroughly checked before your next road trip. We’ve all heard horror stories of families whose vacations go awry because of car trouble. In most cases, it’s a disaster that could’ve been averted with a little foresight. Regular seasonal check-ups are a great idea because a car’s requirements change as the temperature does. Odds are you wouldn’t even notice if your A/C is working poorly during the winter time, but you’ll sure as heck notice the first time you have to drive in 90-degree heat.Wouldn’t you prefer to have that fixed beforehand instead of sweating for days until you can squeeze in some maintenance? In all aspects of our lives, it pays to be proactive rather than reactive. When it comes to your car, it’s the difference between putting a little air in your tire and dealing with a total blowout on the highway. Problems and challenges tackled early are always easier to handle. I’ve been experiencing this for myself recently while planning for my wedding. “In all aspects of our lives, it pays to be proactive rather than reactive. When it comes to your car, it’s the difference between putting a little air in your tire and dealing with a total blowout on the highway.” When it Comes to Weddings and Automobiles, It Pays to Be Proactive
Nolan and Lily
As I’ve mentioned in this newsletter before, my fiancé Lily and I got engaged near the beginning of last year.We gave ourselves plenty of time to plan the wedding, which will be held on our property next September. I don’t know if anyone’s told you this, but planning a wedding is quite the task. Luckily, Lily is the one spearheading the operation. She’s made sure that we are checking all the boxes — sending out “save the dates,” choosing a caterer, etc. — on the right timeline. We’ll be hosting the wedding on our property, so my main responsibility is making sure the barn is built in time for the big day. I love projects like these, so there’s no danger of me putting it off to the last minute, but I still need to finish as early as possible.The weather has held us back, keeping us on the sidelines from Christmas through late March. Once I got working, I knew it was best to tackle everything pronto.The sooner we can get done with all the stuff we know we have to do, the more time we have to deal with those unexpected surprises that come with planning a major event. The last thing I would want to happen is to experience the equivalent of engine failure on the eve of our wedding.We want the day to be as special and stress-free as possible.To achieve that, we have to be proactive and diligent. Luckily, in terms of making sure your car is ready for your next big trip, the only step you have to take is driving to our shop. -Nolan Brown
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