Battery, Tires, And More: How to Avoid Vehicle Breakdowns In the Spring

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What are the most common causes of vehicle breakdowns in the spring? – Let’s consider.

Cars, like any complex machinery, are subject to wear and tear and may need repair. When parts of a vehicle fail, drivers may perceive the failure in different ways. Some rush to the car service when the engine seems more noisy than usual, while others temporize, without realizing that driving a faulty car may be dangerous, and sometimes even contraindicated.

Most often, malfunctioning in the car after winter occurs in the engine, battery, tires, radiator, or clutch.


Due to the fact that in winter the car uses more electrical energy, and the battery charge is reduced due to the cold, the battery may not withstand and fail by the spring.


In winter, tires suffer from cold temperatures and salt on the roads, which can lead to tire damage and weight misdistribution, which in turn can cause suspension failure.


In the spring, outdoor temperatures fluctuate, and the radiator can be damaged because of the expansion and contraction of materials.


In the spring, a thin coating of sand and dirt can get into the engine, causing damage.


After winter, some parts may fail, including the clutch, especially if it has not been used for a long time.

To avoid these breakdowns, car owners need to check their vehicles, carry out regular maintenance and replace the necessary parts on time.

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