How to Get Your Subaru Ready for the Winter
Avoiding the necessary precautions to ensure your vehicle is ready to handle the ice, snow, and cold of winter driving is a recipe for disaster. Getting your Subaru checked out before the bad weather hits is the best way to prepare for it and stay safe:
- Invest in All-Season/Winter Tires (see below for details)
- Test Tire Tread
- Always make sure your fluid levels are adequate by checking them and topping them off when necessary.
- Check Brake Pad Wear and Replace it as necessary
- Ensure the Battery Is Checked
- You should switch to winter wiper blades.
- Always remember to perform routine maintenance on your vehicles, such as changing the oil and filter.
- Changing Tire Pressure
Two types of Subaru tires are available for use in different climates: winter and all-season.
Subaru winter tires have a lot of fans because of the reliable performance they provide in any climate. Winter tires, designed to improve handling on icy and snowy roads, are a good option for places where drivers need to be extra cautious. If you care about maximum performance and safety in the winter, you should seriously consider investing in a set of winter tires.
Subaru all-season tires are a good choice if you don’t want to store a spare set of wheels, as the name implies; however, you should still check their condition as the seasons change. Find the best all-season tires for your Subaru by visiting our Subaru Tire Center.
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