Caring for your car in the winter is a bit different than caring for it in the summer. There are differences in the types of fluids that you should use as well as different types of maintenance for the tires. A Road Runner Auto Care mechanic can assist you in making sure your vehicle is ready for winter before getting on the road.
You might notice an abundance of leaves on your car after they have fallen off the trees. If you leave the debris on your vehicle for a long time, it can begin to scratch your car. Sometimes, the debris can begin to cause the paint to fade. Take the time to remove leaves and twigs at least once a week until they are all off the car.
You might not think about checking the wiper blades in the winter, but they should be a bit thicker to handle any snow during the season. You should also put blades on that don’t have a spring. The spring can sometimes freeze up easier when it’s cold, which means that you won’t be able to use the wipers until they thaw.