When do I need get my car inspected? The windshield sticker on all PA inspected cars indicates the expiration date. Did you know that you can get your car inspected up to 90 days early? Even if you get your “PA inspection” completed early the expiration date will still be one year from the expiration date. If your sticker looks like the picture the expiration is April 30, 2016. This can be completed as early as February 2016.
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Cooling system fluid or “antifreeze” should be changed every four years or 60,000 miles. The coolant in your engine needs to be flushed regularly because it will have a change in pH level becoming acidic. This acidity will eat away at expensive cooling system components. Regular cooling system maintenance will keep the pH level balanced, extend the useful life of cooling system components, prevent overheating, and prevent contamination.
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A Road Hazard is damage to your tire resulting from normal driving conditions which renders the tire unserviceable. If a covered tire becomes unserviceable within 5 years we will repair or replace the tire. Tires worn below 5/32, accident damage, maliciously damaged, mechanical failure, neglect, mistreatment and commercially used are excluded. Tire damage due to low air pressure are not covered. Nails, glass and potholes are the most common examples of road hazards.
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Tire inflation pressure is often misunderstood. The very best source of information is to open the drivers door and read the “tire information placard”. This placard in the drivers door jamb will list the tire size, pressure and rating. Always set your tire pressure when cold.