Bring your vehicle to us for winterization, and make sure you STAY ON THE ROAD this winter!
Battery. Have your vehicle's battery inspected by a technician using professional equipment to ensure it has sufficient power.
Windshield Wipers. Replace old, worn blades, and if your climate is harsh, snow (rubber-clad) blades can be an effective alternative.
Engine. Get drivability problems such as harsh idling and stalling repaired. Replace old air and fuel filters as well as a faulty positive crankcase ventilation (PCV) valve.
Anti-Freeze/Coolant. Make sure the condition, level and concentration (usually a 50/50 mix of anti-freeze and water) of your vehicle's anti-freeze is appropriate.
Oil. Change your car's oil according to the manufacturer's recommended intervals. In extreme conditions, switching to synthetic oil, which is less susceptible to thickening, can be advantageous.
Heater/Ventilation/Air Conditioning. In order to drive safely and comfortably, your vehicle's HVAC systems need to be in good working condition to keep the cabin dehumidified.
Lights. Inspect all lights, replace burned-out bulbs and clear any grime that has accumulated on the lenses.
Exhaust System. Your vehicle's exhaust system should be inspected for leaks.