June Newsletter!

Posted by Tom Long on Jun 9th 2023

June Newsletter!

Boosted June 2023

The Monthly Newsletter of M7Speed
Summer is Upon us! Hello My Speed Family!!!
Summer's here!! Below are a few tips for making the most of our beautiful little cars and the sunshine!!

1. Stay cool: Mini Coopers are known for their compact size, which means they can heat up quickly in the summer. To stay cool, make sure your air conditioning system is in good working condition. If needed, get it serviced before the summer season starts.

2. Check your coolant: High temperatures can put a strain on your engine, so it's essential to ensure your coolant levels are adequate. Check the coolant reservoir regularly and top it up as needed. If you notice any leaks or the coolant looks dirty, have it inspected by a professional.

3. Monitor tire pressure: Hot weather can cause tire pressure to rise, so it's crucial to regularly check your Mini Cooper's tire pressure. Refer to the owner's manual for the recommended tire pressure and use a reliable gauge to ensure they are properly inflated. Underinflated tires can lead to reduced fuel efficiency and increased wear.

4. Protect your interior: Direct sunlight can be harsh on your Mini Cooper's interior, causing it to fade or crack over time. Consider using a sunshade or parking in shaded areas to protect your dashboard, seats, and other surfaces. Regularly clean and condition your leather or vinyl seats to maintain their quality.

5. Watch your battery: Extreme temperatures can affect your car's battery performance. If your Mini Cooper's battery is more than a few years old or you've experienced any signs of a weak battery, such as slow cranking or dim lights, it's advisable to have it tested by a professional. They can determine if a replacement is necessary to avoid unexpected breakdowns.

6. Stay hydrated: Remember to stay hydrated during long drives in the summer heat. Carry enough water for yourself and any passengers, especially if you're traveling to remote areas where amenities might be limited.

7. Plan for regular breaks: Long drives can be tiring, particularly in hot weather. Plan your trips to include regular breaks where you can stretch your legs, rest, and cool down. This will help you stay alert and refreshed while enjoying your Mini Cooper's summer adventures!
The New and Improved M7 Speed website is almost here!
M7Speed is thrilled to announce we are upgrading our website to enhance your experience and make it even easier for you to navigate and order our exceptional products. Unfortunately during this time you may experience issues with navigation or ordering. However with this upgrade, we are introducing exciting features that will streamline the ordering process, provide you with a personalized customer portal, and offer an array of new resources to further assist you.

We would like to express our gratitude for your continued support and loyalty. Without you, none of this would be possible. We can't wait for you to experience the improved features and benefits of our upgraded website.

Please reach out to me if you have any issues with ordering during this time. I am always available to help.

Tom Long
M7 Speed Brand Manager

Word to the Wise!!
How Check and Understand the date code on your tires!

1. Why is Checking the Tire Manufacturing Date Important?
- The manufacturing date indicates how old a tire is and helps determine its overall condition.
- Tires have a limited lifespan due to factors like aging and wear, which can affect their performance and safety.
- Checking the manufacturing date allows you to assess whether the tire is still suitable for use or if it may require replacement.
2. Understanding the DOT Code:
- The first two digits represent the week of manufacture, ranging from "01" to "52," indicating the week of the year when the tire was made.
- The last two digits represent the year of manufacture. For instance, "1918" would mean the tire was manufactured in the 19th week of the year 2018.

- As a general guideline, it's recommended to replace tires that are six years old or older, even if they appear to be in good condition.
- Factors such as storage conditions, exposure to sunlight, and usage can affect tire aging.
- Aging can lead to reduced traction, increased risk of blowouts, and compromised handling performance.

Stay informed!! Stay safe !!
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