Who doesn’t just love a winter project? The thought has been with you for a long time now, and perhaps you have put off the decision to buy a car. Instead of the new car purchase, the decision has been made to breathe some new life into something already on hand. Chances are fairly high that the cost of a winter project will fall well below buying a car. The winter project will serve a dual purpose, too. First, the chances of you learning something new about your particular automobile, or autos in general for that matter, will surely happen. Second, the satisfaction of “doing it yourself” is one that cannot be fully explained.
By all appearances, winter is going to hit early this year. Or maybe that as time goes by; it just seems that it gets here earlier. Whatever the reason, before the snow flies and temperatures drop into the single digits, your auto will benefit and perform better with a few helpful tips. No one wants to be stranded on the side of the road in sub zero temps with a broken down car or truck. Take a quick look at this check list and get ready for old man winter.