Here'* a little something I like to put up in the winter time. Winter is a harsh and ruthless mistress. I know in Jersey the cold winter started real early. Here'* somethings you can do to keep you and your car safe during the winter season.
If you haven't check your PSI since the start of winter your tires will be low. For the Bonneville guys running 30-32PSI the tires are probably at 23-25 PSI Also check that spare. 2 ton car on a low doughnut is bad
- Check coolant system for leaks
Nothing worse then being on the side of the road with a blown hose or leaking coolant. The heat of the car works off of the water system. If the coolant gets too low the heat will not work efficiently
At least 2 minutes before driving. This isn't for the coolant this is to heat up the oil.
Buy some Dry gas (iso-heat ect.) to keep the moisture out of the fuel and fuel lines.
- Keep a blanket in the trunk
Just in case you get stranded this will help keep you warm till help arrives.
Any on the field repairs are nicer on a dry surface.
Nothing makes dangerous drive in the snow more dangerous than not being able to see
Just a little PSA to get us safely through the winter.
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