For those of you who suffer from asthma or allergies to dust, bacteria, mold or pollen, you may notice that your symptoms worsen when you are riding in vehicles. This is due to the fact that the carbon air filter, your vehicles ventilation system, is dirty, meaning it cannot ensure that the air inside of the vehicle is free of pollutants. These air filters become ineffective when they are full or particles so we suggest replacing yours periodically to ensure good air quality at all times. It’s a good idea to replace dirty air cabin filters around every 12 months or 15,000 miles as part of regular vehicle maintenance. You can also check the recommended mileage to change the filter for your vehicle in your owner’s manual. To schedule your cabin air filter replacement today, give us a call or stop by any Morrie’s location!