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Wow, this year is coming to an end. We are so excited for the #newyear! What are you looking forward to? #MatthewsMotors #autodealer
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#SurvivalKit - Select one that's stocked with a blanket, a first-aid kit, a knife, a flashlight, jumper cables and a cellphone charger that works in your vehicle's cigarette lighter. We also suggest keeping a shovel in your vehicle's trunk and some sort of de-icer spray handy, so you can easily access the engine or trunk in case they're #frozen shut. #WinterAutoPreparation
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#Defroster and #ClimateControl - The climate control system will help keep you warm in the #winter (and can help keep your windows from fogging up), while the defroster will keep your windows from icing up. Make sure both items are still working properly before winter. #WinterAutoPreparation
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#TirePressure - Tire pressure can drop along with the air temperature. Driving around with low tire pressure means premature tire wear and potential tread separation. Your #car also handles less predictably with underinflated tires. #WinterAutoPreparation
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#Tires - Winter tires are a must in areas where the temperature regularly drops below 45 degrees. They provide improved traction when you're trying to stop and turn on cold pavement, even if there's no #snow on the ground. #WinterAutoPreparation
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#Gasoline and #WasherFluid - These both are items you should try to keep full during the #winter. A full tank of gas may prevent accumulated water from freezing inside your fuel pump. A full windshield-washer reservoir is important, as messy road debris from a snowstorm can sometimes necessitate constant window washing to see where you're going. #WinterAutoPreparation
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#Coolant - Make sure your car isn't low on coolant and that there aren't any leaks in your vehicle's engine that could cause coolant to drain out. #Mechanics recommend drivers use a 50/50-mix of coolant and water in their radiators, which usually results in a lower engine freezing point than just coolant. #WinterAutoPreparation
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#Battery - It's more difficult for a battery to operate in cold weather than it is for a battery to operate in warm weather. Have a volt test performed on your battery before #winter starts to make sure it's still in good working order. #WinterAutoPreparation
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#Lighting - In #winter the sun sets earlier, so there's less daylight on your commute home. If your vehicle's light is out, fix it before winter. And remove any snow covering your light before driving. #WinterAutoPreparation
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