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The way we prepare for any occasion similarly it is essential to be prepared to face the winter season. In the cold and harsh winter you may face serious issues on the snow-covered roads if you are a daily commuter. Also if you aren’t prepared, repairing your car after the damage has been done could make a bigger hole in your pocket. Hence it is logical you get your car inspected carefully before winter sets in, it will help you get away from difficulties of being stranded in middle of the road due to unexpected car breakdown.
Here we will discuss few tips that will make your car winter ready. By taking up these suggestions you’ll not only be able to drive uninterrupted during harsh winter but also save on time and money.
• Get your vehicle serviced at your regular garage: If in case there is a pending service as per your car’s maintenance schedule, this is the right time to get it done. In winter the problems in any automobile tend to become worse. Get the car thoroughly checked up- the lights (back & front, inside & outside), engine, tires, etc.
• Battery and the charging system: There is nothing more dreadful than getting stuck, as your car won’t start because your battery died. Get it juiced!
• Tires for air pressure and grip: Ensure you weekly get the tire pressure and tire tread checked during winter. In case you are based in a place that receives snowfall, get tires that hold a good grip on glassy roads.
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