Check Your Anti-Freeze
One thing that you will want to have ready for winter is plenty of anti-freeze. This substance insures that the components of your vehicle do not freeze over as the temperatures drop. So before winter arrives in full force, make certain that your Subaru's
anti-freeze is topped off.
Replace Windshield Wipers
As snow starts descending from the sky during cold winter mornings, you will want to make sure that you have a good set of windshield wipers at your disposal. Of course, many drivers forget to routinely change their windshield wipers. Don't be one of those drivers. Be sure to change your wipers before you start to encounter a wintry mix falling from the sky.
Check Your Tire Pressure
When the temperature changes, the pressure in your tires changes as well. With every 50 degrees difference in temperatures, your tire pressure changes by 5 psi. When your tires are inflated to about 30-50 psi, this can be a big difference and sacrifice your traction, handling, and safety. Make sure your tires are inflated to the proper levels, or better yet, get winter tires put on your Subaru to ensure proper handling.
Examine Your Electrical System
If your battery or electrical system is going to break down at any time during the year, it will probably be winter. However, you can make sure that this doesn't happen by taking the initiative to be prepared. Check the charge of your Subaru's
battery and inspect all of its electrical systems. Once you are sure that everything is in top shape, you will be ready to drive during the winter months with a little more peace of mind.
Stop by Ed Shults Subaru and our skilled service team can help ensure that your Subaru is ready for whatever mother natures throws our way this year. Stop by our Jamestown, NY dealership, fill out a form on our site, or just give us a call at (877) 463-8094.