More people are expected to travel for Thanksgiving this year, thanks to the lowest gas prices in four years. Stay safe by following these tips!
1. Tires. Check pressure and tread depth. Check the pressure on all tires - including the spare - with a quality gauge when the tires are cold. 2. Wiper Blades. Replace if they miss spots and/or leave streaks. Also, make sure the windshield washer reservoir is filled with a cleaning solution that will not freeze. 3. Battery. Ensure the battery cable connections are tight, and the terminals are free from corrosion. If the battery is more than three years old, it may be time for a new one. 4. Emergency Road Kit. Includes jumper cables, first aid kit, drinking water, snacks, cell phone charger, ice scraper, and flashlight. 5. Vehicle Inspection. If it is almost time for a scheduled maintenance, take the opportunity to have the car serviced before a long trip.
Travel safe and have a wonderful Thanksgiving!
Author:Sherry Cabrera Phone: 214-454-6969 Dated: November 25th 2014 Views: 1,162 About Sherry: Sherry was raised in Mississippi and moved to Dallas 16 years ago with her daughter. Prior to movin...
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