This may be a good time to bring the kids to visit grandma, but driving in all that slippery white powder can be treacherous. But it need not be so if you apply the right driving technique. Here are a few essential points to memorize before embarking on that journey with all your babies onboard.
Winter driving can be dangerous and intimidating to some. For others like me, winter driving represents an opportunity to spin some wheels. The following article will help you and your car get prepared for the elements.
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Getting your car ready for winter is an important part of keeping up with your overall maintenance schedule. These simple steps are meant to protect your car and save you from high repair bills.
Get your workhorse in shape for the fun ahead.
Car safety is always a concern, but when you add snow, ice, and freezing temperatures, there is a lot more to think about. We all know the basics of winter driving, check your oil, slow down, keep your gas tank full, but what about those little things you forget about. When was the last time you checked your wiper blades or under-the-hood hoses for cracks? Now is a great time to do that routine yearly maintenance.
Check your car and be sure it is properly prepared for winter. A drop of temperature to freezing can put a strain on your battery. Be sure it is properly charged. A slow start can make your alternator work harder to charge the battery when it does start. Have your battery checked out at a battery testing service. They can identify if it’s the battery, alternator or another electrical problem.
Winterizing an RV is a daunting task for many but can actually be accomplished in just a few steps. Proper care and maintenance will save you from trouble and unwanted repair costs when you decide to use again your RV for the next season. Here is a thorough guide on how to winterize your RV, the tools you will need, water system, engine and battery maintenance, storage tips, interior and exterior care.