Tips To Help You Care For Your Car in Danbury, CT This Winter

For many drivers, winter weather means ice, snow, and heavy rainfall. As you prepare your home and property for all the challenges that cold weather can bring, don't forget to prepare your vehicle as well. A car in good working order will be more reliable and safer for you, not to mention it will save you from costly repairs the cold weather can bring. Explore our ongoing service specials to help you find an affordable deal on your next vehicle service.


If you live in an area where you need winter tires on your vehicle, be sure to change those out before the winter storms arrive. No matter which tires you use though, be certain to maintain the correct tire pressure. Check your tread depth and change any tires that show excessive wear. Maintaining the correct tire pressure in your tires will help assure that you end up with equal tread wear and prevent your tires from wearing out early on you.


Your car's battery is an essential component of your vehicle. The cold weather makes it more difficult for your battery to operate, so it is imperative that yours is in good working order. Check for any shorts that can lead to your battery draining more quickly. Be sure the terminals are free of rust or corrosion and replace your battery before bad weather if anything isn't in good working order. Swapping out an old battery for a new one a bit early is much better than being stranded by the side of the road.


To prevent your vehicle from freezing in cold weather, your car needs antifreeze. Double-check your coolant levels prior to the start of the freezing temperatures, and make sure that there are no leaks that could cause you to lose coolant. If you are low on coolant, you need to refill it to keep your car from freezing. Many mechanics recommend a 50-50 mixture of antifreeze and water, as the best way to prevent your engine from freezing.

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The simplest way to ensure all these items are in great shape for the harsh winter weather is to take your car to the dealership. The mechanics at your Audi Service Center would be happy to assure you that your car is in great working order before winter starts and get you on your way. Stop by your Audi Service Center today and be prepared before the winter weather hits. We look forward to meeting you!

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