Wear and tear are common in all things, and it's easy to overlook or ignore minor issues. Forgetting about that watch battery replacement, procrastinating the leaky faucet or putting off appliance repairs – we've all been there. However, when left unchecked, certain small problems can become serious, and may end up costing more to fix, so it's worth dealing with them sooner rather than later.
Getting your license and first car was your key to independence. You had the freedom to go wherever you wanted, whenever you wanted. If you're used to having your own transportation, the idea of being without a car — even for a short time — can be daunting. But getting from one place to another without a car is a lot easier than you might think.
Spending money up front to winterize your car may seem like a waste of money right now, but taking preventative action like this can save you thousands of dollars. If you don’t make these small adjustments to make sure your car is winter-ready, you could face breaking down and needing costly emergency car repairs. In this blog, we have five easy steps to get your car ready for cold temperatures, snow, and sodium chloride.