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Most parts of the country are now starting to feel the cooler days of fall. That means that we will soon be experiencing wet and icy roads. Part of getting ready for winter is scheduling an inspection of all the systems of your vehicle. This will provide the opportunity to have any necessary repairs made your own trusted auto shop mechanics so that your vehicle is as safe as possible to drive

Check out these auto service tips to get ready for winter:

  • Tires -- Driving on under-inflated tires can cause them to overheat and increase the likelihood of a blowout. Make sure the tread is adequate, your wheels are in proper alignment, and tires rotated. You may need to consider purchasing snow tires.
  • Brakes -- Make sure your brakes are functioning properly to meet the challenges of wet and icy roads.
  • Car Battery -- Check the level of battery fluid and clean any corrosive buildup from the terminals and cable clamps. If your battery is more than three years old, make sure it is still holding a good charge.
  • Radiator -- The antifreeze/water mixture should be at the correct level to protects the engine from overheating and the radiator freezing.
  • Hoses and belts -- Inspect for cracking, soft spots or other signs of poor condition.
  • Air filter -- Replacing the air filter will help keep the motor running smoothly.
  • Oil change -- Keeping up with oil changes ensures your engine is kept lubricated properly protected from overheating.
  • Fluid levels -- Engine fluids lubricate and serve as coolants by helping carry heat away from critical components. If fluid levels are too low, the cooling effect is reduced, increasing the possibility of overheating.
  • Emergency kit -- This should include water, snacks, jumper cables, flashlight (with extra batteries), road flares, first aid kit, blanket, and cell phone and charger.

Need to find a reliable auto shop! Contact our ASE Certified technicians at Expert Car Care today for more information about our auto service and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop proudly serves residents in the community of West Allis, WI, and the surrounding area.

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Before winter arrives in full force, schedule auto service. Their auto mechanics can check out all the systems of your car so you are driving as safe as possible.
20
Oct
2019

Most parts of the country are now starting to feel the cooler days of fall. That means that we will soon be experiencing wet and icy roads. Part of getting ready for winter is scheduling an inspection of all the systems of your vehicle. This will provide the opportunity to have any necessary repairs made your own trusted auto shop mechanics so that your vehicle is as safe as possible to drive

Check out these auto service tips to get ready for winter:

  • Tires -- Driving on under-inflated tires can cause them to overheat and increase the likelihood of a blowout. Make sure the tread is adequate, your wheels are in proper alignment, and tires rotated. You may need to consider purchasing snow tires.
  • Brakes -- Make sure your brakes are functioning properly to meet the challenges of wet and icy roads.
  • Car Battery -- Check the level of battery fluid and clean any corrosive buildup from the terminals and cable clamps. If your battery is more than three years old, make sure it is still holding a good charge.
  • Radiator -- The antifreeze/water mixture should be at the correct level to protects the engine from overheating and the radiator freezing.
  • Hoses and belts -- Inspect for cracking, soft spots or other signs of poor condition.
  • Air filter -- Replacing the air filter will help keep the motor running smoothly.
  • Oil change -- Keeping up with oil changes ensures your engine is kept lubricated properly protected from overheating.
  • Fluid levels -- Engine fluids lubricate and serve as coolants by helping carry heat away from critical components. If fluid levels are too low, the cooling effect is reduced, increasing the possibility of overheating.
  • Emergency kit -- This should include water, snacks, jumper cables, flashlight (with extra batteries), road flares, first aid kit, blanket, and cell phone and charger.

Need to find a reliable auto shop! Contact our ASE Certified technicians at Expert Car Care today for more information about our auto service and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop proudly serves residents in the community of West Allis, WI, and the surrounding area.

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