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Chicago drivers are all too familiar with the extreme temperatures, snow, and ice that winter can bring to our roads and highways between November and March. The last thing you want is to find yourself stranded in the cold on a snowy winter night, which is why it’s so important to winterize your car and prep for winter driving. Not only will winterizing your car help keep you safe when you’re on the road in inclement conditions, but it can also help save your car from the potential damage that can be caused by salted slushy roads. Here, the service team at Sunrise Chevrolet shares our best tips for how to winterize your car.
There are several steps to take when it comes time to prep for winter driving in Carol Stream:
Schedule an appointment at our Glendale Heights service center to have your car’s mechanical systems brought up to scratch to handle harsh winter conditions:
If you’re already driving on all-weather tires year-round, they may be sufficient enough for winter driving if they still have optimal tread. However, Addison roads can present a number of challenges in the winter, including black ice and loose, slushy snow. As such, it may be in your best interest to invest in a set of winter snow tires to keep you safe. The helpful service techs at Sunrise Chevrolet can help you choose the right set for your needs.
A new pair of winter wipers can be easily installed at home in Bloomingdale. Why make the investment? Winter wipers are made with a special rubber that prevents ice from building up on the blade, ensuring optimal visibility.
You probably don’t use your rear window defroster during warmer months, so when winter rolls around it’s a good idea to check its functionality and have it serviced if need be.
Prep for winter driving by having your oil car’s oil changed if it’s overdue. Be sure to use the proper grade of oil –– when the temperatures go below freezing, a thinner oil will prevent it from becoming too viscous.
Have lingering questions about how to prepare your car for winter? The service team at Sunrise Chevrolet is happy to assist. Contact us online or call us directly at 6309844084 today to learn more! While you’re at it, be sure to also take a moment to peruse our online service information center, where you’ll find more helpful tips on topics like changing your air filter and how to effectively get dog hair out of your car.
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