If there’s one thing folks in Garland know about summer in Texas, it’s that it gets awfully hot out here. The sun and rising temperatures won’t just take a toll on you if you’re not careful — it can also have negative effects on your vehicle. However, if you take preventative steps to protect your Chevy from the heat, you can get out and enjoy your summer with less worry.
Find a safe spot to park
The next time you grab a parking spot, see if you can put your Chevy in the shade somewhere. Keeping your vehicle out of direct sunlight will minimize sun damage to the exterior and interior as well as help reduce the temperature in the cabin.
Buy the right accessories
Your Chevrolet is an investment, so protect it from the summer heat with the right accessories. A windshield sun protector and seat covers can help prevent materials like leather and plastic from being worn down by intense ultraviolet light. If you can’t find a shaded spot to park, you can also opt for a car cover, which will at least protect your ride from direct sunlight.
Keep it clean
Washing, drying, and waxing your vehicle won’t just have your Chevy looking spiffy. Doing it regularly will help remove dirt and protect your vehicle’s exterior from ultraviolet rays over time.