With cold weather just around the bend – winterizing your vehicle should be near the top of your “To Do” list.
Here are some common-sense tips to help properly winterize your vehicle.
Check on your anti-freeze oil and washer fluid levels to keep your vehicle running smoothly and safely.
Check your heater and defroster now to ensure that they’re working properly.
Upgrade to winter wiper blades that can handle both snow and ice.
Test all your lights (including hazards) and make sure you have a spare set of bulbs handy.
Keep your tank above half full to avoid freezing your fuel lines and damaging the fuel pump.
Making sure your tire tread is in good shape and your pressure’s up to par.
Clean up any corrosion that may hinder cranking in the cold weather.
Pack an ice scraper/brush, flashlight, flares, blanket, hand warmers, water, snacks, jumper cables, phone charger and washer fluid.