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Preparing Your Chevy for Winter Weather

Last updated 3 years ago

The winter season is on its way, and now is the perfect time to make sure that your Chevy is prepared for all of your winter driving adventures. Whether you drive a sleek Chevy sedan or a commanding Chevrolet SUV, there are a few steps that you can take to get your Chevrolet ready for winter driving. By getting prepared for the winter season, you can stay safe on icy and snowy roads. Here are some essential tips for preparing your Chevy for winter weather.

Maintain Your Visibility
During a heavy snowstorm or rainstorm, it is highly important to make sure that you have visibility as you drive. To maintain the visibility of your Chevy, it is a great idea to change your wiper blades and windshield wiper fluid. By keeping your windshield components in proper working condition, you will be able to see the road when you are driving in harsh weather.

Check Your Tires
Your tire treads will provide you with traction and safety as you drive. If your tire treads have worn out, your Chevrolet may skid or slip when you are driving on wet or freezing roads. If you live in an area that gets heavy snowfall, you may also want to consider purchasing snow tires.

Change Your Oil
An oil change is also a great idea before the winter really sets in. By changing your oil, you will keep your engine running smoothly all winter long. In addition, you may want to switch your oil to a winter weight for the season.

When you purchase a new or used Chevrolet from Jerry’s Chevrolet, your vehicle will provide you with fantastic performance, throughout the year. Our Baltimore dealership carries a terrific inventory of new Chevrolet models, and we can help you purchase the perfect car for your driving needs. To schedule a test drive at our dealership, call us at (410) 661-9100.


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