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3 of the Best Features for a Car to Have in Winter [And What They Mean For You!

Imagine it. You wake up and temperatures have dipped again and it’s snowing outside. You put on a sweatshirt, make the coffee and get ready for work. You feel comfortable inside, but you feel a sense of dread. You know that soon you will have to brave the freezing temperatures to start the car and let it warm up, but that’s the easy part. Then comes the part where you have to navigate potentially treacherous snowy roads, hoping your car doesn’t spin out. But what can you do? Snow or no snow, life goes on - and you…
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5 Winter Vehicle Maintenance Tips You Should Never Forget

Winter can be a dangerous time for even the best drivers.

It’s hard enough dealing with freezing temperatures, inconvenient snowfall, and icy roads. But many drivers forget that their vehicles need extra TLC during the winter months too. Without proper maintenance, your vehicle could sustain long term damage or, even worse, be ill-equipped for the treacherous roads you drive it on. I don’t take these kinds of chances with my vehicle, and neither should you.

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Tips for Handling a Sliding Vehicle

Your vehicle can be at a higher risk of sliding off of the road when it is covered in ice. However, you can reduce your odds of sliding by driving at speeds of less than 45 miles per hour. If your car does start to skid while driving in Winchester, do not panic or hit the brake.
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