Winter Weather Safety

 

weather battery

BE SURE OF RELIABLE STARTING NO MATTER HOW MANY DEGREES BELOW ZERO.

The lifespan of a vehicle battery is approximately 4-6 years. Unfortunately, winter is the most likely time of year for a battery to die because cold weather affects battery efficiency. But, do you know what to look for in a dying battery? Here are a few helpful tips that may signify it’s time to get a battery replacement:

  1. You know your battery is in the 4-6 year range.
  2. Your check engine light may come on if your battery is weak.
  3. The engine cranks when you go to start the car.
  4. The battery case is swollen.

If any of these issues have occurred, or if you want to check your Chevy car, truck, or SUV’s battery efficiency, visit your local Chevy dealer today. Don’t get stuck hitchhiking in the freezing cold this winter. Schedule your visit with a Chevy Certified Service expert to ensure you’re getting the most out of your battery.

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weather wipers

SEE BETTER, DRIVE SAFER.

Old windshield wipers lead to reduced visibility and reduced reliability. An integral step to preparing your car for the upcoming winter weather is replacing your windshield wipers. To ensure they are weather-ready for all conditions, including snow, ice, and rain, your wipers should be replaced every six months. But, how can you tell it’s time? If your wiper blades are squeaking, leaving streaks or smudges, or skipping across the windshield, it might be time to get them replaced.

It is important that your wiper blades are fresh and fit to navigate any road this winter. See better, drive safer both day and night with new windshield wipers from your Chevy Certified Service expert. Schedule your visit today to ensure a safe drive all winter long.

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weather tires

SNOW TIRES WITH EXPERT ADVICE.

There is no way around it… winter is coming. But, are you prepared? With the potentially severe winter weather looming, snow tires must have crossed your mind.

Snow tires provide better traction, braking and stopping power, and improve the handling of your Chevy car, truck, or SUV during the winter months. Visit your local Chevy dealer today for professional advice from our Chevy Certified Service experts and all of your snow tire needs.

Make a smart investment and keep your family safe this winter. Schedule your visit with a Chevy Certified Service expert to ensure safer driving all winter long.

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