The non-profit Car Care Council recommends that motorists perform a six-point winter maintenance check of areas that have direct impact on winter driving. “Harsh winter weather can stress out a vehicle, as well as its driver,” said Rich White, executive director, Car Care Council. “A vehicle that is properly prepared for the elements can help… Continue reading Avoid Surprise, Winterize
Are you someone, or do you know someone who doesn’t enjoy driving once the sun has gone down? You’re not alone. A recent survey from SYLVANIA Automotive found that 62 percent of motorists avoid driving during evening hours. However, for many drivers avoidance is simply not realistic – you still need to get home from… Continue reading Nighttime Driving Worries: Do You Want to See Better At Night?
Winter wipers – with the rubber coverings that keep ice from collecting on the blade – have become very popular. They’re great in the winter, but make sure you take them off in the spring. Winter wipers are heavy, and if you use them all summer, you’ll wear out the wiper motor prematurely. And when… Continue reading Make sure your windshield wipers are in good shape
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Are you and your family planning to drive to a holiday get-together this year? Whether you’re heading to Grandma’s cottage or a favorite vacation spot to celebrate holidays with family or friends, AAA has simple tips to help make your drive a smooth one, so you can arrive at your destination safely and without incident.… Continue reading Holiday Road-Trip Survival Tips
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As part of regular car maintenance, and for safety, make sure all of your car’s lights are working. It’s important for you to see, as well as be seen, during autumn’s longer and darker nights. Many electrical issues and ignition problems stem from loose or corroded battery connections. If you notice battery corrosion, clean both… Continue reading Check Battery Terminals and Lights