It’s that time of year again, when the snow starts falling and bloggers start making recommendations for winterizing vehicles. Here at the Grayline, we are no different and we have our own ideas on what it means to be winter prepared. So come on cold weather, this household has taken steps to ensure we can get around when mother nature does her worst.
Preparing your vehicle for winter means actually performing the maintenance you put off all summer. Inspection and replacement will head up the effort, which includes fluid levels, tire wear, and making sure all lights are working. It may sound simple, but low tire pressure and worn out wiper blades compound and multiply in the winter months.