We have already had some pretty warm days here in Myrtle Beach. Have you had to turn on your vehicle’s air conditioner yet? Is it still working properly after the winter season? Is it not cooling properly like it used to do? Now is the time to have your vehicle’s air conditioner serviced! Don’t wait until the first hot and humid day to make sure your vehicle’s air conditioner is working properly. Keep reading for more details!
It Gets Hot Fast
Did you know that the temperature in a parked car can reach 100 degrees Fahrenheit in an hour on a sunny 70 degree day? After two hours, it can be well over that! Getting into a car that’s been parked in the sun all day is terrible. But, what’s even worse is when your vehicle air conditioning doesn’t work or is very slow to cool your car. The old fashioned 4/60 air can be fine for some people, but when you’re used to having a nice cool car, it’s torture! Have leather seats? You might as well walk.
Oh the Humidity!
The humidity in the summer time here in Myrtle Beach can make a beautiful 80 degree day feel like we’ve all descended to the middle of the earth. Some days, it is so oppressive you don’t even want to leave your house. You can break a sweat walking from your front door to your car door. When your vehicle’s air conditioner doesn’t work, or doesn’t work well, that commute to work is dreadful.
The way that a vehicle’s air conditioner cools you is by removing the moisture from the air in your vehicle. On really hot or humid days it may feel like it’s just not performing well. That’s why it’s important to have your vehicle’s air conditioner serviced before it gets too hot and humid. Get your appointment scheduled now. That means when the heat and humidity hit, your cool car really will be a cool car!