Are You and Your Vehicle Ready for Winter?
With the change in season arriving quickly, it’s crucial that Alberta residents are aware of the importance of winterizing your vehicle to prepare for the harsh weather conditions that winter brings. Making sure that you and your vehicle are adequately prepared for the upcoming weather is much easier than you would think, keep reading below as we highlight the most important things you should do to ensure your readiness.
The Right Way to Winterize
Preparing your vehicle for the changes in temperature is not a one step process, but it isn’t a terribly lengthy and complicated process either. While the process may consist of a number of steps, they are all relatively quick and simple to get done. Check out the list below to find out what you need to do to prepare your vehicle for winter.
- Check Your Vehicle’s Fluid Levels – Regardless of the weather, it’s important that you’re always making sure to remain on schedule for regular maintenance, but before the snow appears you’ll want to make sure to bring your vehicle in to your local service center to have its fluid levels checked and changed.
- Ensure All Lights are Working – When the seasons change and it starts to snow more frequently, it is crucial that your vehicle has working headlights, taillights, and fog lights so that you’re always able to see what’s around you.
- Pack an Emergency Kit – While it’s not ideal, there is a chance that the weather may get too intense and result in your vehicle not being able to safely continue its journey. To make sure that you are prepared for this, pack an emergency kit and store it in your vehicle. This kit should include things like a flashlight, blanket, gloves, ice scraper, snacks, coolant, salt, and a first aid kit.
Make sure your vehicle is ready for winter today by stopping in at Standard Jeep Ram, checking out our winter tire sale specials, and paying a visit to our service center.
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