How to Help Your Car Recover from Winter

| March 13, 2019

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Your car has battled snow, ice, salt and potholes for months on end. Now that winter’s in the rear-view mirror, certain aspects of your car need a little more TLC than others. SPRING CAR MAINTENANCE: 8 THINGS TO CHECK. Tires: In the snow belt, now is the time to swap your snow tires for your all-season tires. If you kept your all-season tires on all winter, you’ll want to have them rotated. That’s because the drive wheels get worn down faster in all conditions, but especially in harsh winter conditions. By having them regularly rotated (about every 5,000 to 7,500 miles although your vehicle owner’s manual will tell you what is recommended for your car), they will more evenly distribute the wear-and-tear and extend the life of your tires. Also, if you’re keeping your all-season tires on all year, make sure to check the tire pressure. Cold air lowers tire pressure, which reduces the traction your tires have with the road.

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