THE IMPORTANCE OF A WINTER SERVICE FOR YOUR CAR | Paisley Autocare
It's important to prepare your vehicle for winter. Learn how a winter service helps maintain the health of your car before the cold weather arrives.
As winter approaches, you may notice your car starting to act a little funny. This is because the fluid within the engine compartment can freeze (if not treated) or at the very least malfunction due to the cold. We recommend booking a winter car service with us before things start going wrong and costing you more money in repairs down the line. If this sounds like something that interests you then don’t hesitate! Call our team of experts today for all of your automotive needs from oil changes, tune-ups, brakes and everything else under the hood including coolant services.
SALT ON THE ROADS
When the temperature drops, this can lead to frost and road surfaces freezing over. The result is that you will see more salt trucks deployed onto our roads during periods where it snows or rains heavily because their efforts help us drive safely on these slippery conditions with ice-coated tyres! However one thing most people don't know about winter weather are all of its effects on your car:
This passage explains how huge amounts snow causes dangerous driving situations for drivers because they lose traction when trying accelerate out from an intersection - especially if there has been no recent traffic regulation
Engine coolants that are specifically created to lower the freezing point of engine fluids allow for your car's components to run within safe operating temperatures, which can help reduce maintenance costs in the long term.
CAR SAFETY CHECKS
It is important to keep your car in top shape for winter. You should check all exterior lights and ensure that it has been serviced before taking on the conditions of a long drive, but there are many other things too! Checking tyres comply with regulations as well as topping them up so they're at their optimal level can make any trip more enjoyable when you arrive safely at destination; this also helps prevent punctures which would leave drivers stranded during icy roadways or snow-covered streets where visibility becomes slim duea lack reflection from headlights off white sheets below us because we were stopped waiting forever while our engine turned into an icicle inside its own cylinder block
"Make sure your car is prepared for winter by checking all the vital signs. Make sure you have a charged battery, inspected wiper blades and top up fluids!"