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Ohio’s winters are notoriously harsh. We’ve already experienced bitterly cold and freezing temperatures this year, and there are plenty more on the way. Cold weather doesn’t just do a number on local streets, highways, and interstates—it can also seriously damage vehicles.
Just as knowing how to drive in winter weather is essential for reducing your risks, knowing how to prepare and protect your vehicle for cold temperatures, snow, and ice is also vital. Breakdowns are more common during the winter, and the consequences can be more severe, including being stranded after accidents or due to major traffic jams caused by winter weather conditions.
At Nurenberg Paris, we know the perils of Ohio winters. That’s why we created the following handy infographic to help you keep your vehicle in tip-top shape this winter.
Making the right decisions for your vehicle during the winter is important, but it’s also important to avoid making the wrong decisions. Keep the following winter weather vehicle maintenance and driving mistakes in mind for the next several months, as cold temperatures persist long into March and April in Ohio:
You should also never neglect routine maintenance and daily driving tasks. That means filling up long before your gas tank approaches E, getting regular oil changes, and topping up on coolant as necessary.
Many winter accidents are the result of slick roads and treacherous conditions, but some are due to drivers going too fast, driving while distracted, or just simply failing to exercise caution.
At Nurenberg Paris, it’s our job to hold negligent drivers accountable when their mistakes injure others. If you or someone you love was injured in a winter weather crash, we’re here to help. Contact us today for a free consultation.
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