Cold Weather Preparation
With fall quickly approaching, some may be wondering what steps they can take to protect themselves and their car during the colder months.
Inclement weather can create situations that make accidents far more likely. In order to prevent accidents, it is recommended that you consider investing in new tires. Along with this, it is important to be diligent about checking your tire pressure and rotating your tires frequently. Having durable tires with great tread can increase the traction that your car has to the road, making it less likely that you will slide or skid.
Additionally, it is important to have your brakes checked prior to the onset of winter weather. It is also a good idea to replace your brake fluid with winter formulas to ensure that everything runs smoothly.
My final piece of advice: Get your battery tested! No one wants to be stranded in the cold due to a bad battery. Besides the inconvenience it could create, it could cost you money in towing and labor costs. Be sure to talk to an agent today about adding towing and rental coverages to your policy today!
Also Read: What You Need To Know About Your Car Battery