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Winterizing Your Cars

November 15, 2007

As winter approaches, CarMax, a used car retailer, offers advice on how to ensure that your car is ready for cold weather. 1. Check your anti-freeze.
2. Replace your windshield wiper blades twice a year.
3. Check your battery.
4. Check your tire pressure.
5. Look at the tread depth on your tires.
6. Check your spare tire.
7. Check that your lights, heater and defrosters are working properly.
8. Check all rubber hoses and belts to ensure they are not damaged.
9. Have your car’s brake system checked.
10. Assemble a winter emergency kit for the trunk of your vehicle.
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