If you drive on a daily basis than you know how annoying it is to hit a pothole unexpectedly. Joel Bassam, Director of Marketing at Easterns Automotive Group, recently caught up with Fox 5 DC to discuss the damages that potholes can cause to your vehicle. Potholes can knock the air out of your tires, mess up wheel balance, or even affect the wheel alignment. However, there are signs to look for to if your car has been damaged by a pothole. One of the most common things to look for is a change in ride. When a vehicle starts to drift or shake, there is a possibility that a pothole could be at fault. For safety purposes, it is very important to always check the tire thread on the tire tread on a vehicle.
Many of us just hop in the car and ride. However, it is very important to take the time to keep your vehicle in great cosmetic condition. One thing that can sometimes get in the way of that is bird poop. At times, it is easy to be lazy when we see bird poop. We don’t always act immediately and that is the wrong thing to do. It’s definitely better to act sooner than later to prevent long term paint damage to your vehicle.