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Driving in cold weather causes a battery to work harder to start your vehicle. It is a good idea to prepare for summer driving, have the voltage checked, clean any corrosion, and make sure all connections are battery secure. If your vehicle battery is not fully operational and functioning, replace the battery to avoid a […]

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Keep Your Vehicle Lights BrightIt is important to remember daylight hours are shorter during the winter, which means driving in the dark, slippery roads.Before cold weather comes, make sure to inspect all lights for burned out bulbs or dimming bubls that need to be replaced or repaired. Before entering your vehicle, check that your lights […]

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Think about snow tires. Switching to snow tires, especially in colder or mountain areas that have heavy snow on rough terrain, snow tires willyou can help drive more safely on snowy and slippery roads. Tip: Did you know snow tires make your MPG (miles per gallon) lower, so only put on snow tires during harshest […]

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tip # 2

Fill up your tires. Low air pressure in your tires can be dangerous on winter roads. Take your vehicle to a mechanic to check your tire pressure and fill your tires if needed. If you know how to check for tire pressure, you can easily do it yourself at a local gas station free tire […]

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