Manufacturer guidelines vary, but cabin air filters should be replaced at least every 15,000 miles or every 12 months to maintain their effectiveness.

Did you know the vehicles in front of you create an “exhaust gas tunnel” which can cause the concentration of unfiltered pollutants inside your car to be more than six times higher than the air outside your car?

Cabin air filters clean the air that you breathe inside your car and can remove most airborne particles as small as 2 microns that circulate into your car through the heating, cooling and ventilation systems.