Check Battery: battery troubles pose the biggest reason for AAA response calls during the summer. The last thing you want is to have a dead battery when it is over 100 degrees outside. Make sure your battery is in proper working conditions before the heat becomes unbearable.
Top Off Fluids: Make sure all the necessary fluids are at the correct levels, such as coolant, power steering, motor oil, brake, transmission, and windshield wiper.
Stay Cool: To cool down faster recirculate the air inside the cabin of your vehicle instead of bringing in air from the outside. You can do this by pressing the A/C button on your dash that looks like a circle with an arrow.
Check Tire Pressure: The heat can also affect your tire pressure, so it is a good idea to check your pressure and adjust the next time you are at a gas station.
Seasonal Gasoline: A lot of people do not know that gasoline we use is seasonal. There was a spike right before the winter because the shipment of winter blend had not yet come in. The summer blend is actually more expensive than all the other seasons. You can see how the price of gas increases in the summertime in the infographic above.