Real Winter Tires (not all-season) – Winter tires have improved from the bulky snow tires that looked like they belonged on an army vehicles. New tread patterns and rubber compounds make them quieter on dry roads and even better on snow and ice.
—->This little trick can will help you clean your windshield after a big storm. Also, make sure you turn your wipers off when you park. The wiper’s motor can burn out if its fighting against ice and snow that’s frozen to your windshield and wipers.
Fully charged Car Battery – Winter and cold weather in general can put a lot of stress on your battery. Be sure to test your battery periodically to avoid problems.
Wax your headlights and tail lights – Make sure your headlamps are clean of dirt and rub a little car wax on them. Let dry and buff off. Slippery surfaces are less likely to build up icicles and other road debris.
Wash your Car – Be sure to clean your car clean during the winter. Road salt and ice can do a lot of damage to your car’s paint and undercarriage. Keeping them clean will prolong the new car look.
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