5. Check the tyre pressure
This may seem like something that is checked even during frequent driving, but it is always best to check each tyre especially after long periods of inactivity. Most vehicles will have the required tyre pressures listed in the vehicle handbook if you are unsure on the correct pressure. Do not forget to check any spare tyres.
6. Cleaning your car
Cleaning your car is essential as germs or dust will have settled over time. These will be especially present on touching points, such as the steering wheel, control points, door handles or the screens on interior interfaces.
7. The essential safety kit
Just in case they were taken out during lockdown, double check that you have the essential safety equipment in the vehicle. Check you have a warning triangle, jack, wheel wrench, first aid kit, water and even a hi-vis vest either in the boot or the glovebox.