Keeping your car comfortable and ventilated is easy if you make a point of regularly changing your pollen filter. Heater fans rely on a clean air flow so be aware too that any restriction caused by leaves, bugs and debris blocking or clogging can shorten their life-span.
A high concentration of pollutants in the air can lead to fatigue, giddiness, headaches, nausea and allergic reactions. Pollen filters provide improved protection against pollens, dirt particles and offer additional protection against traffic-related and industrial fumes
Cabin filters offer allergy sufferers and asthmatics protection against airborne pollens
A Pollen Filter provides protection against unwanted odours, e.g. from agricultural fertilizers, sewage plants, anti-freeze and cleaning additives in the windscreen washing water.
Cabin air filters help to ensure clear visibility and enhanced well being for drivers and passengers, with concomitant improvements in driving safety
Cabin air filters counteract soiling of the windows inside surfaces, and also any soiling of the heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems
Regular replacement of the filters can extend the lifetime of heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems. Cabin air filters should be replaced every 12,000 to 15,000 miles and even more often in high pollution areas