Nov 5, 2019
Winter Driving Prep Checklist
Download Your Winter Driving Prep Checklist
Head into winter driving with confidence. Make sure your car is road ready and prepared for messy slush, rain, snow, and ice this winter by using our Winter Driving Prep Checklist.
Tire Tread Depth
The Department of Transportation (DOT) considers tire tread depth below 2/32" as having reached the end of its useful life and should be replaced.
Learn how to check your tire tread depth at home, here.
The designated tire pressure for your vehicle can be found on the placard on the driver side doorjamb or in the owners manual.
Learn how to check your tire pressure here.
Check wiper blades for cracks and tears.
TIP: Try cleaning your wiper blades with a bit of rubbing alcohol.
Windshield Washer Fluid
Check windshield washer fluid level. Top off if needed.
Colder temps can cause a weak battery to be even weaker or worse, fail without warning. A typical OE battery lasts about 4 years under normal conditions.
When coolant freezes, it expands. If it expands it can potentially damage your vehicle's engine beyond repair.
- Snow Shovel
- Ice Scraper
- Phone Charger
- Food & Water
- Road Flares
- Kitty Litter
- Gloves, Hats & Blankets
It's dark in the morning and it's dark in the afternoon. Make sure you can see the road clearly!
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