Feeling a Chill iIn the Air?

Winter is coming, whether we like it or not. With winter comes a different way of looking at driving and maintain your car. The last thing anybody needs during the upcoming holiday season is unexpected car repairs, or breakdowns in cold wintery conditions. While nobody has a crystal ball, there are things that can be done to help you get through the winter with as little discomfort as possible, at least with your automotive concerns. As always, when seasons change it is time to look at your vehicle maintenance schedule and mace sure everything is up to date.

Some key items are: Anti-freeze levels, tire condition, windshield wipers, washer fluid, battery condition, tune-up condition, brake operation. These are just a few of the essentials. At R&L Automotive, I can do a Comprehensive Vehicle Inspection and advise you of the condition of all the systems on your vehicle to reduce the chance of getting caught in the cold. I can advise you and you can make the decisions of what you want to do to ensure that your vehicle doesn’t let you down.

NOAA has further useful information on Winter Safety and Awareness

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