Oil change - Most guidelines are every 3,000 miles or every three months. If it hasn't been 3,000 miles, get your oil changed once a season to help you remember other seasonal needs.
Fluids check - For the winter, be sure to have your windshield washer solvent and antifreeze checked. These fluids perform a big role in the safety and performance of your vehicle, especially in cold conditions.
Get a tune up - Have your cooling system tested and flushed. Hoses and clamps should be inspected for wear and replaced, if needed.
Battery - A dead battery is the last thing you want on a cold winter night! Make sure your battery is still producing enough CCA (Cold Cranking Amps) to start your car easily, every time.
Lights - Don't get caught in the dark. Test your brake lights and make sure your signals and headlights aren't burnt out. Replace any weak or used bulbs.
Oil change - Yep. It's time for another oil change. Every three months or 3,000 miles.
Tires - AAA recommends having tires rotated every 6,000 miles, and so do we. Have the alignment checked as well.
Coolant - Have your coolant level and the antifreeze/water mixture in the radiator checked.
Wiper blades - Scrutinize your windshield wiper blades whenever you fill up your car. If the rubber is ragged or brittle, replace them. Spring is a rainy season, and your wiper blades need to be in tip-top shape.
Oil change - Third time's the charm.
Fluids check - Hot weather can cause fluids to evaporate. Make sure to check them all: coolant, brake fluid, windshield wiper fluid, transmission fluid and battery fluid.
Air Conditioning - You don't want to be in the Texas heat with a poor performing AC. Make sure it's leak free, and cooling properly.
Oil change - Remember, that's every 3 months or every 3,000 miles.
Tires - Again, have your tires checked every other oil change.