The first thing to check is the windshield. The windshield should be clean and clear of any bugs or road grime that could be on it. Also check for any cracks or divots that could be on the windshield. These could impair your visibility when you drive. If there is a crack, even a small one, it is important to have it fixed before it becomes larger and you may need to replace the entire windshield. Also check the side windows and the rear windshield.
Also check the windshield wipers. If your vehicle has a wiper for the rear windshield, that should be inspected as well. Check the blade for any rips or tears. Ideally the windshield wipers should be changed twice a year. This would be after winter and after the summer months. If you notice the windshield wipers chatter or vibrate on the windshield, make sure to bring the vehicle in as soon as possible so we can inspect them for you. Having a good pair of windshield wipers will help remove precipitation, road grime, bugs, and other debris from the windows to improve the visibility.
The headlights and taillights will also need to be inspected on your vehicle. This is especially important for any nighttime driving you do. Not only does it improve your visibility, but it also helps others to see where you are. The blinkers should also be inspected to ensure they work. This will help avoid an accident because those around you will know which direction you will be turning. If the headlights are dim or do not illuminated the road properly, make sure to bring the vehicle in. We can inspect the bulb and also the alignment of the lights. By doing so, you have improved visibility as you drive.