Helpful Ways to Guide Your Car Through the Winter Months

If you’ve been outside at all recently, then you know just how cold it is out there. You’ve probably cranked up the heater and bundled up under more than a few layers of blankets. But there’s something else you should keep an eye on as the temperatures drop lower and lower… your car. Yes, wintery conditions can be just as harsh, if not more so, on your vehicle as it is on you. 

Luckily, there are a few simple things you can do to help make sure your car makes out of the season in one piece. So, we listed out the most important ones for you to follow and refer back to as needed. 

Coolant
Engine coolant (also referred to as anti-freeze) will go a long way in keeping your engine flowing through freezing conditions. You can check the coolant level in your car yourself, and can check for any leaks or cracks that could have appeared. For most cars, a 50/50 mix of water and coolant in radiators, which will result in a lower freezing point. 

Defroster 
You don’t realize how important your defroster is until you desperately need it. And there’s no worse feeling than turning on the defroster and it not working. So, before you get too far in the throes of winter, test out your defroster and make sure everything is working fine. If not, set an appointment with a trustworthy service department (we know a good one!) and get it fixed in time. 

Tire Pressure 
Cold weather can do weird things to your tire pressure. Mainly, cold air outside your tire will lower the pressure inside your tire. It’s science, you can look it up if you don’t believe us. So during the winter, definitely keep a closer eye on your psi and make sure you’re not going too far under.

If you encounter any more issues with your car, don’t hesitate to bring it in to us. We have an expert staff that can quickly and correctly take care of your problem. We also have plenty of specials this month, including an oil change for just $9! You can even schedule an appointment online with the click of a finger. 

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