The abundance of trees in Omaha and the surrounding area make for some very scenic drives, particularly as leaves change color and fall to the ground. And though many motorists are more concerned about winter and driving in the snow, it’s also important to consider the risks of autumn driving.
What mysteries lurk below that pretty patch of leaves littering the road? It could be smooth pavement. But there can also be bumps, potholes or debris waiting under the leaves.
When autumn weather turns wet, leaves that otherwise merrily dance along the road are pasted to the street. They can be slippery and hide the true road conditions. So it’s important to cautious when you drive on leaf-covered streets — you simply can’t be sure what they may hide.
Leaves that find their way inside the body and undercarriage of your car may not seem like a big deal. But if enough leaves congregate, you may find yourself with paint damage, rust, and perhaps even clogged pipes and drains, warns The Washington Post.
Here are three easy tips for dealing with autumn leaves on your car:
The trick is to not to assume the colorful leaves you appreciate as scenery can’t hurt your car – they can. Evict leaves from your car whenever they try to take up residence and avoid what can be significant damage.
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We understand the current outbreak is worrying, and we want to take a moment to share the ways we can all help keep the workplace safe, as well as the steps we are taking as an organization.
Great Plains Auto Body has heightened cleaning and all front lobbies are removed all non-essential items. We are wiping down handles, chair handles, doorknobs, etc. to maintain the sanitary of our lobbies.
We are following the guidelines from the CDC in terms of sterilization and cleanliness on our lobbies at all our locations. If you have any questions about the extra measures we are taking at this time, please feel free to give us a call and we can speak with you about your concerns and work to a solution to best facilitate the repair process for all parties.
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