Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past couple of months, you know that the 2016 Summer Olympics just concluded. Almost every country in the world sends teams to compete in various sports, and for three weeks it’s all anyone can talk about. In the spirit of the Olympics, it’s worth noting some of the similarities between the games and the car industry.
Now that it’s August, we are in the peak of hot, summer weather. July and August are typically the hottest months of the year, and in Florida especially, the heat in these months can be overwhelming. Temperatures are hitting the 90s nearly every day, and it feels nearly impossible to walk outside without breaking a sweat. Fortunately, in Brevard County we are lucky enough to have a sea breeze to cool things off a little.
For some families summer is a time of relaxation, but for others the opportunity to travel creates a more crowded schedule than the routine busyness of commuting and carpooling and sports practices.
What does it mean when a warning light appears on your car’s dashboard? For too many drivers, it means nothing at all. Some of us have had the experience of taking our cars to the shop to find out that the only problem with the vehicle is with the warning light itself rather than any of the safety features. However, those warning lights are there for reason, and they often warn of a problem with your vehicle’s safety systems.