When you look in the mirror, what do you see? Watery eyes? A red nose? A mouth open in mid-sneeze?
As beautiful as it is, spring can be challenging for allergy-sufferers. Flowers bloom, dispersing pollen through the air. You’ve probably seen cars dusted in yellow, like this:
Did you know that pollen and other contaminants can also get INSIDE your car and trigger allergy attacks?
Have you ever tried to prevent or reduce your symptoms by keeping the car windows rolled up? Were you disappointed because the tactic didn’t help at all?
It could be that a dirty cabin air filter is to blame.
What’s a cabin air filter? The cabin air filter removes particles such as pollen, dust, mold spores, mildew, fungus, pet dander, tobacco smoke, soot and smog from the air that enters the passenger compartment.
A new filter is spotless and white, but a dirty cabin air filter might look something like this:
Ick! Imagine breathing in this stuff!
Talk to the caring professionals at Hillside Auto Repair about replacing your cabin air filter every 12 months or every 12,000 to 18,000 miles.