Before you venture out in cooler weather, make sure your car is ready for the season. There's more to winterizing than topping off your antifreeze (although that's a good place to start).
Keep a clear view - Make sure your headlights are clean and working properly, and that your windshield wipers are in good condition.
Check your tires - All-season radials can handle nearly every winter road condition, if they're properly inflated and have plenty of tread.
Minimize risks - To lower your odds of breaking down, make sure your vehicle's engine belts are in good shape, the air and fuel filters still have plenty of life, and the battery terminals are clean.
Be prepared - Make space in the trunk for jumper cables, a flashlight, a windshield ice scraper, gloves, a first-air kit, nonperishable snacks, and bottled water in case you get stranded.
Did you know - That every time we see your vehicle we perform a courtesy vehicle inspection? Give us a call today and schedule an appointment (530) 621-4591 or visit our website www.theautoanalyst.com