Not to be a Debbie Downer, but we’re going to go ahead and say it. Winter is coming, whether we like it or not. Don’t get caught unprepared during the inevitable frigid temperatures. Here are a few tips to keep you safe and prepare your vehicle for winter weather.
With the passage of spring comes the increased passing of potholes. That’s right, pothole season is here, to the chagrin of your tires. Some potholes are easy to avoid, other potholes are impossible to avoid. When you have the unfortunate happenstance of hitting a pothole, damage can happen to your tires, wheels, steering and suspension.
Winter keeps on going and so do our tips for your vehicle. Winter is a serious downer in the world of motor vehicles. Inclement, cold weather can put a serious damper on the vital parts of your vehicle. Here is a list of helpful ways to keep your vehicle in check this winter.
Winter is a tough time to have car problems. Being stuck on the side of the road in winter conditions is definitely not fun. Here are a few winter vehicle safety tips to better prepare you for the season’s problems.
Winter is a rough time to be a car. The cold weather mixed with the elements are a bad mix for your vehicle. Here are some tips to help you and your vehicle make it through winter unscathed.
- February 2, 2015
- By admin
- In Winter Weather
Winter always packs a cold punch in the morning. Just like how it is harder for humans to get out of bed when it’s cold out, it used to be harder for your vehicle to startup in the cold. Letting your vehicle warm up by starting the engine and letting your engine idle for several
Autumn is a time of change. More specifically, autumn temperatures rise and fall pretty rapidly. As we go from summer to winter, fall temperatures undergo some pretty severe drops. There are many things to watch out for when temperatures change. Today we are going to talk about how temperatures affect tire inflation.