NEW YORK (MainStreet) — Your home isn’t the only asset you should be preparing for winter. Car owners also need to get their vehicles ready for the winter roads before the season officially changes.
“It’s not too late to winterize your car,” Phil Reed, senior consumer advice editor for Edmunds.com, tells MainStreet. “But, if you haven’t done it yet, you should do it now.”
“You can have a rough winter that’s not rough on you as a driver if you just follow some simple steps,” Alex Nunez, automotive senior editor for ConsumerSearch.com, says. Here’s what he and a few other experts suggest owners do to make sure their cars can handle the snow and salt this winter.