With the summer sun blazing down and the temperature getting toasty, you wouldn't walk out of the house dressed in a parka and wearing mittens. You'd dress appropriately, wear sunscreen, and drink plenty of fluids, right? After all, you don't want to succumb to heat stroke.
But we bet that you may not have thought about the effect heat has on your car. Extreme summer temperatures in can cause lots of problems, from overheating to tire blowouts. A malfunctioning air conditioning system will turn your daily drive into an uncomfortably sweaty experience.