Nobody likes driving in snowy conditions, not even those who have all wheel drive and snow tires. As Winter is slowly creeping up on us, we must start thinking about how to prepare our vehicle for the frosty weather. When it comes to driving in the snow, you can never be too safe or cautious. Safety starts with the driver, and then gets passed onto the vehicle once on the road. As the driver, you have a responsibility to make sure your vehicle is in good shape to handle slippery conditions.
1. Clean Car
Though we say it so many times, a clean car really is a happy car. Headlights become important in the winter, especially while snow is falling because it decreases visibility. So, before the first snowfall, make sure to treat your headlights to a cleaning with Wipe New Headlight Restore. Clearing foggy headlights can help improve your ability to see during snowfall.
2. System Check
Next, do a run through to make sure your vehicle is running properly. The heat should work, especially the defroster setting, your wind shield wipers should be strong and ready to go, and all your fluid levels should be topped off. If your tire tread is slightly worn, consider swapping out to snow tires.
3. Slow and Steady
Most importantly, remember, slow and steady wins the race. Once you have done all you could to prepare your vehicle, the rest is up to you. No matter the amount of snowfall or ice accumulation, always drive as if there may be black ice. It is better to take extra time to get to your destination rather than speeding and losing control all in a matter of 3 seconds.
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