OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – High temperatures are being felt all across Oklahoma, and the intense heat can create problems for your vehicle.
Saturday is expected to reach a high of 98 degrees Fahrenheit, and 100 degree temperatures are expected across much of next week, according to the 4Warn seven-day forecast.
And if you’re on the road, chances are you will be turning on your AC.
But your vehicle also needs help coping with the extreme heat.
Ralph Blewett, manager of AAA Care in Edmond, joined KFOR via Skype on Friday to discuss what metro motorists can do to protect their vehicles during intense summer heat.
Watch the above video for Ralph’s insight into this hot topic.
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