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Winter Safety Tips For your Vehicle

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Winter Driving Tips

Winter weather can be tricky to navigate, and it’s important to make sure your car is up for the challenge. To ensure your safety and the safety of others while driving this winter, make sure your car is properly prepared. Here are some tips to help you stay safe on the roads this winter:

 

Winter Tires

Winter tires are designed to provide superior traction in cold temperatures and on icy surfaces. Make sure your car is equipped with winter tires to ensure maximum safety when driving during the colder months.

 

Windshield Washer Solvent

Windshield washer solvent helps keep your windshield clean and clear during the winter months. Make sure to keep your windshield washer fluid topped off so you can easily clear away snow, ice, and other debris from your windshield.

Test Your Battery

Make sure to have your car’s battery tested before winter to make sure it’s in good condition. Cold temperatures can cause car batteries to lose power more quickly, so it’s important to make sure your car’s battery is up to the challenge.

Keep Your Fuel Tank Half Full

Keeping your fuel tank half full is recommended for cold weather driving. This helps prevent fuel lines from freezing and ensures you’ll have enough fuel to get you where you need to go.

Check Tire Pressure Weekly

Check your tire pressure weekly during the winter months to make sure they’re properly inflated. Cold temperatures can cause tire pressure to drop, which can lead to decreased traction and control.

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