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Your should have all of these items (above) in your trunk for safe summer and winter driving - plus your cell phone and a real spare tire!
If you think Abraham Lincoln became famous for inventing the town car, it is time to spend a few hours on history. ~ Bo Bennett
Don't know what to do to prepare your vehicle for the harsh winter weather? The Car Coach has great suggestions to make sure your battery, tires and vehicle's interior is ready for the snow, ice and cold of the season.
Oh the weather outside is frightful...Bah humbug! Nobody likes driving in winter's snow and ice. But if you prepare your vehicle for winter weather by planning ahead - before winter arrives - you can avoid the potential for dangerous situations. If you wait, follow the suggestions in this video because you can still get your car prepared, even in the midst of the season.
The worst thing you want to happen to you while driving in the cold, snow and ice of the winter season is for your vehicle to break down, leaving you stranded. But if you prepare your car for winter, you decrease the likelihood of a winter weather-related malfunction. The tips in this extensive video are thorough and valuable. Git to it!
Face it, for most of us, driving in winter weather stinks. Make the best of it by planning ahead and preparing your car to handle the harsh cold, snow and ice. Yuck! At least we've got Mary Jo in this video interview with mechanics demonstration how to prepare your car for winter driving.
Only 70 percent of motorists prepare their cars for the winter driving season. Even fewer clean out the potato chip bags and other junk accumulated over the summer months. Don't ignore the inside of your car. This video shows you the proper way to prepare your vehicle's interior for winter.
Back to: Winterize Your Car - Part 1
* The First Step for Winterizing Your Car
* Winterizing Your Car (video)
* 10 Simple Ways to Winterize Your Car
* Winterizing Your Car for Adverse Weather
* Preparing Your Car For Winter (video)
* Winterizing Your Car: A Short Checklist
* Winter, Your Car, and You
* How Ready is Your Vehicle for Winter?
No matter how well you plan, stuff can happen when you're driving your car or truck in the winter's heat. Best to have these items in your trunk just in case that emergency crops up.
Four dry logs have in them all the circumstances necessary to a conversation for 4 or 5 hours. Let us love winter, for it is the spring of genius. ~ Unknown