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Fall has arrived and winter will soon be here with its harsh weather. After surviving summer’s hot temperatures, make sure your vehicle is ready for the freezing temperatures of winter. Make sure you have a reliable vehicle for those cold snowy days, whether it’s a short commute to work or going to Grandma’s house for the holidays. Don’t put off scheduling a full-point inspection to make sure your vehicle is ready for the road.

If you follow the five safe driving tips below, you will be driving as safe as possible:

  1. Keep up with the recommended vehicle maintenance schedule: To make sure you are keeping up with the recommended maintenance items, be sure to consult your owner’s manual for the service guidelines.
  2. Make sure the tires are in good condition: Good tire service includes making sure each tire has the right air pressure, tires are rotated about every 5,000 to 6,000 miles, wheels are in alignment, and tires balanced. If the tread is getting too low or there is considerable damage to the sidewall, consider replacing them.
  3. A clean car means a more comfortable ride: Use all-weather floor mats to keep carpets clean, keep windows and lights clean, and clean out the trunk to increase fuel economy.
  4. Keep an emergency kit handy: It’s important to keep a roadside emergency kit in the car, including blankets, snacks, water, jack, and spare tire, jumper cables, flares, and cell phone charger.
  5. Inspect the radiator and all hoses: Make sure the ratio of antifreeze and water is adequate for cold temperatures, and that the hoses have no cracks or bulges.

Of course, something unexpected could still happen even with all your preparations. But, you can drive with confidence knowing that you and your auto shop have done everything possible to make sure your car is as safe as possible to drive down the road.

Talk to your auto shop about what is needed to make sure your car is in tip-top condition. Contact our ASE-Certified technicians at Big Lake Automotive today for more information about recommended auto service and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop proudly serves the residents of Big Lake, MN, and surrounding areas.

Call Big Lake Automotive to schedule auto service. Their full-service auto shop can take care of any maintenance or repair issues that may be needed.

Fall has arrived and winter will soon be here with its harsh weather. After surviving summer’s hot temperatures, make sure your vehicle is ready for the freezing temperatures of winter. Make sure you have a reliable vehicle for those cold snowy days, whether it’s a short commute to work or going to Grandma’s house for the holidays. Don’t put off scheduling a full-point inspection to make sure your vehicle is ready for the road.

If you follow the five safe driving tips below, you will be driving as safe as possible:

  1. Keep up with the recommended vehicle maintenance schedule: To make sure you are keeping up with the recommended maintenance items, be sure to consult your owner’s manual for the service guidelines.
  2. Make sure the tires are in good condition: Good tire service includes making sure each tire has the right air pressure, tires are rotated about every 5,000 to 6,000 miles, wheels are in alignment, and tires balanced. If the tread is getting too low or there is considerable damage to the sidewall, consider replacing them.
  3. A clean car means a more comfortable ride: Use all-weather floor mats to keep carpets clean, keep windows and lights clean, and clean out the trunk to increase fuel economy.
  4. Keep an emergency kit handy: It’s important to keep a roadside emergency kit in the car, including blankets, snacks, water, jack, and spare tire, jumper cables, flares, and cell phone charger.
  5. Inspect the radiator and all hoses: Make sure the ratio of antifreeze and water is adequate for cold temperatures, and that the hoses have no cracks or bulges.

Of course, something unexpected could still happen even with all your preparations. But, you can drive with confidence knowing that you and your auto shop have done everything possible to make sure your car is as safe as possible to drive down the road.

Talk to your auto shop about what is needed to make sure your car is in tip-top condition. Contact our ASE-Certified technicians at Big Lake Automotive today for more information about recommended auto service and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop proudly serves the residents of Big Lake, MN, and surrounding areas.

Jamie Houle
Big Lake AutomotiveAuto Repair Shop in Big Lake, MN

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19868 172nd St NW, Big Lake, MN 55309763-263-0909service@biglakeautomotive.com
Mon:8:00am - 6:00pm
Tue:8:00am - 6:00pm
Wed:8:00am - 6:00pm
Thu:8:00am - 6:00pm
Fri:8:00am - 6:00pm
Sat:Closed
Sun:Closed
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