WHY ARE DRIVERS EXCITED ABOUT THIS YEAR'S BMW 6 SERIES?

During the winter season, there are a few more details that you need to pay attention to pertaining to your vehicle. Check your coolant and oil levels to ensure that they are properly filled. The coolant, or antifreeze, is important as it will keep your engine from freezing. You should have a thinner oil in your vehicle so that it can easily get through your engine in colder temperatures.

Check the tread on your tires. You need to have as much tread as possible to navigate through snow if you live in an area that sees a lot of snow during the year. The air pressure in your tires should be a bit higher than in the summer because colder air tends to decrease the pressure. Visit BMW of Visalia to have someone check your tires if you aren't sure how to check the pressure yourself.

While you're driving in the winter months, keep an eye on your electrical system. This includes the battery, alternator, and headlights. Colder temperatures sometimes put a strain on these components, which could mean that you're stranded on the road.

 

 

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