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CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) - Most everyone knows the deadly consequences the heat can have on the human body, but it can also do some serious damage to your car.
Jeff York with Mecklenburg Fleet and Automotive says their business gets a big boost in the summer.
He says car batteries are typically the first thing to fail in extreme heat. If your battery is already weak, the heat can kill it. The same goes for several other parts of your car.
York says belts and hoses, if not kept up with, can also fail. Car tires are also exposed to much hotter pavement temperatures, which means if they're worn or over inflated, they'll be more likely to have blow-outs while driving.
York says you should also make sure all your fluids including your oil are topped off.
He suggests taking your car to a mechanic before you get out of the road.