Keep your side view mirrors free from bird poop and bird droppings that can damage the paint on your car, bird pecking, bird attacks, scratches and scuffs!
The one thing that unites all human beings, regardless of age, gender, religion, economic status or ethnic background, is that, deep down inside, we ALL believe that we are above average drivers. ~ Dave Barry
Replacing a car or truck battery can be a hassle - and expensive too! Don’t wait to check your battery until it dies and leaves you stranded and needing a jump start. Use these tips to make sure your battery is ready for the cold weather of the harsh winter season. And be sure to winterize your car or truck before the winter season begins.
Just a couple quick tips to make sure your battery stays alive during the chilly winter weather season.
What's the number one reason for car breakdowns in the winter? Yep, a dead battery. Here are the factors you should consider about your battery before winter begins. That way, you'll know if you need to buy a replacement, or if you'll be safe for the winter season.
Remember how you could expect your car battery to last at least 3 years? Well, thanks to all the electronic goodies automakers have stuffed into cars over the years, that rule of thumb is moot. Use these tips to spot the warning signs that your battery might be in trouble and leave you stranded during the cold winter season.
The last thing you want to hear when turning on your car is the dreaded “click, click, click” of a dead battery. Here's how you can tell if you might be in the market for a new battery real soon. Recognize!
Back to: Batteries
* Basics for Colder Weather
* Do's and Don'ts / Maintenance
* Jump Start Your Battery
* Jump Start (video)
* Change Your Battery (video)
* Block Heaters
This ezvid video lists this year's top 10 car batteries. Their criteria for ranking these batteries are: high cold cranking amps 100% maintenance free, and offering good warranties from their manufacturers.
A pickup truck is basically a back porch with an engine attached. ~ P. J. O'Rourke