If you want your car to last for as long as possible, then you need to give it regular care and maintenance when needed, so these tips on prepping your vehicle for winter will have your car running well and driving safely for the season.
Check the Battery
Car batteries are sensitive to cold temperatures, and can die more frequently in the winter. Bring your vehicle in to have your battery checked to see that it’s fit for winter temperatures.
Check Your Tires
Having tires with good tread and proper air pressure is imperative for safe driving on snow and ice, so Check your tire pressure throughout the season, as cold temperatures can cause air pressure to vary. At the same time, examine your tires for any signs of wear and replace as needed.
Check Coolant and Antifreeze
It’s also important to make sure that your engine is winter-proof. Antifreeze is there to make this happen, keeping your engine from freezing even when the temperatures drop. Checking these levels is an easy DIY project, with kits for the task available at auto parts stores, but you can also bring your car into Wright Chevrolet Buick GMC and let us check for you.