Pollen Could Increase Sales of Cabin Air Filters

- April 11, 2012

It’s spring. The flow­ers and trees are bloom­ing; deliv­er­ing aller­gy sea­son to many with all of the mis­ery that can bring. The effects can be reduced for motorists by the sim­ple act of .

Most cars and trucks sold after 2000 have cab­in air fil­ters. Most peo­ple are unaware that the air inside their vehi­cle can be more pol­lut­ed than the out­side air. Accord­ing to , with­out clean and func­tion­ing fil­ters the air cir­cu­lat­ing inside the car can be full of dust, pollen and oth­er dan­ger­ous pol­lu­tants trapped with no way to escape. Dri­vers in con­gest­ed cities and rur­al areas dusty con­di­tions are more like­ly to have clogged cab­in air fil­ters.

Cab­in air fil­ters are easy to check and easy to replace. Chang­ing these fil­ters dur­ing rou­tine main­te­nance work can add to a dealer’s ser­vice gross and help the most sen­si­tive cus­tomers enjoy the ride.



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