The Art of Random Willy-Nillyness: 8 ways to Protect the Value of Your Car this Winter + Giveaway!

Friday, January 2, 2015

8 ways to Protect the Value of Your Car this Winter + Giveaway!

I am working with the International Carwash Association to share these tips. However, my opinions are entirely my own and I have not been paid to publish positive comments.




It's that time of the year when you need to start thinking about winterizing your car. I know I am. Although we no longer live in the mountains of North Carolina, the coast of North Carolina does get some cold weather. Just this morning, I had to run out early in the morning and found my car windows were totally frosted.

I had to dig out the window scraper. I had no gloves on so it was an ordeal. Then I had to wait for the windows to defrost. I was almost late for my appointment. I do miss my garage!!

This is why every year, I have to take the time and make sure my car is running fine. I make sure my tires are in good condition. I check the anti--freeze and make sure I have the supplies and equipment needed when it snows or rains.

Luckily, the International Carwash Association has given me a few tips to share with my readers. These are tips that anyone can use. Of course, if you live in Florida, you are lucky! But the rest of the country does get bad weather during the winter!

HELPFUL TIPS
1. A clean car is your first line of defense against winter. While the winter season typically takes a toll on your car, proper maintenance can go a long way to preserving your investment. For example, according to the International Carwash Association®, getting a new wash and a fresh coat of wax before the temperature starts to fluctuate can be your first line of defense against winter elements like ice, salt, sand and slush. 
Vehicular corrosion also occurs most quickly when temperatures rise and then fall below freezing. That’s why most auto manufacturers recommend getting your car washed and waxed at a professional car wash twice a month, especially during the winter. 
Using a WaterSavers® Car Wash can is a strong first step to ensuring that your car will be ready to withstand the winter elements - inside and out. It’s also a great way to protect the environment. For example, these car washes typically use only 40 gallons (151.5 liters) or less of fresh water per car wash. Learn more and find a WaterSavers wash at Washwithwatersavers.com.
2. Rotate your tires. Most people know they should get their oil changed every 3,000 miles, but many forget their tires need maintenance as well. Tires should be rotated before winter and then again every 6,000 miles. 
3. Add some winter weight to your oil. Changing your oil and filter is especially important during the winter. Drivers who live in a colder climate should consider changing to heavier, winter-weight oil during the winter months. 
4. Take care of your wiper blades. Your windshield wiper blades are your first line of defense when the snow starts to fly. Make sure your wiper blades are in good, working order and replace them if you have doubts. It’s better to make this change now instead of finding out your blades aren't working when you really need them. 
5. Take your car in for a tune-up. Any noises, pings or sluggish starts you currently notice will only intensify as the temperature drops. It’s best to get your vehicle in for a tune-up as soon as possible to get any issues addressed. 
6. Give your steering some power. Check your powering steering fluid each month, and make sure the car is warmed up before you do so. If you find the level is low, look for leaks in the hoses or pump. Low power steering fluid will make your car more difficult to steer, which is something you'll want to avoid as the roads get slick. 
7. Protect yourself from carbon monoxide. Carbon monoxide leaks are dangerous at any time, but they are especially deadly during the winter when you will be driving your vehicle with the windows closed. Have your exhaust system checked to make sure no leak exists. 
8. Apply the brakes. Besides the seatbelt, your car’s brakes are its most important safety feature. This is especially true in the winter when slippery conditions can make stopping difficult. Before the first snowfall, bring your car to an experienced mechanic to verify that your brakes are ready for the season.
Cold winter temperatures mean vehicle maintenance is even more important. By following these simple tips listed above, you’ll be able to ward off winter’s harshest advances, protect your investment and those who ride inside of it. To learn more about protecting the value of your vehicle, visit Washwithwatersavers.com.

These are great tips. I know I will be using these this winter. Remember, your car is valuable but so is your life and the life of your family. By following these simple tips, you can keep safe this winter.

Thanks to the International Carwash Association, I have a great prize pack to giveaway to one lucky reader. This will help you this winter! The Prize Pack includes:

o Thermal travel mug
o Fleece travel blanket
o Hand Mitt ice scraper
o $30 VISA Gift Card



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Disclosure: I received a sample product for review purposes. No other compensation was given and the opinions in this post are solely mine and are based on my experience with the product. Sponsors are responsible for shipping prizes unless otherwise stated. I am not responsible if sponsors do not fulfill prize. Please allow 6-8 weeks for delivery of any prizes.

468 comments:

  1. check tires, change the wipers, oil, tune up.

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  2. I always make sure that I have washer fluid filled and I also keep a bottle in the car. I make sure that the tires are filled properly. I watch to make sure gas tank is also filled because the tank can freeze if not enough gas in car will not start.

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  3. I take my car to my mechanic and he checks everything making sure it's winterized.

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  4. I make sure to have good snow tires, wiper blades are new, and I have my battery and coolent checked to make sure it is strong enough for the cold weather!

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  5. https://twitter.com/KGlatt/status/551039293372637186

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  6. Check to see if the heater is working. (I live in a warm climate. I want to win this for a friend who just moved away to Idaho. Brrr.)

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  7. I don't winterize my car. We live in a mild climate and anyway, that's what husbands are for

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  8. https://twitter.com/Attea2d/status/551058190717431808

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  9. My husband takes care of it...checking the tires, making sure there is plenty of AntiFreeze, etc. My car stays parked in the garage so that helps.

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  10. My hubby does it for me....I put in the ice scraper, ice melt, blanket and extra boots

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  11. I live in south Texas, we don't have to winterize our cars.

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  12. We change our tires and also check all other fluids. Patricia

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  13. take it in for a tune up & address any problems, check tires, & check brake pads

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  14. Always always check the tires, and make sure out heat works!

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  15. Tune up,oil change and make sure it has plenty of anti freeze.

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  16. https://twitter.com/tatzgrrly/status/551072229329362944

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  17. Always making sure to have a full tank of gas, proper tires

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  18. my husband changes the tires for winter tires,we have it serviced at the shop and have anti freeze and windshield wiper fluid,,scrapers,and portable air pump,,in the trunk

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  19. https://twitter.com/vickiecouturier/status/551075399049183233

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  20. we always take our cars in to the dealership to get thier checkups to make sure they are both ready for really cold weather!! we also make sure that we have several blankets water energy bars and water bottels but also try to put a few G2 in case need to have more then water.we also keep heated gloves socks many pairs all large most can at least fit that. cat litter ,shovel small wood piece

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  21. We get the oil changed and tires checked.

    Thank you for the nice giveaway

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  22. tweeted
    https://twitter.com/eswright18/status/551086500071215104

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  23. We put on snow tires, make sure windshield wiper fluid is full and keep shovel and blankets in car.

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  24. I get a new ice scraper, put Vaseline on my key and rub in the locks so it doesn't freeze up, and get all the proper fluids.

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  25. I take my car into & they go over everything when they change the oil

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  26. First I clean it inside and out before it gets too cold, so I'm not in a dirty car all winter. Then I change the windshield wipers and make sure I have enough winter windshield wiper fluid and, lastly I put an extra pair of gloves, a blanket and a scraper in the car.

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  27. melissaandkeith millerJanuary 2, 2015 at 3:28 PM

    check air in tires, check fluids and make sure I have a blanket in the trunk

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  28. check tires, check oil and wipers

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  29. I have studded tires put on in the winter, all fluids checked and filled and i make sure the car is running at its best.

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  30. I always get a good oil change, check my tires and pack a box in the trunk full of extra clothes, water, flash light and candles.

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  31. I winterize my car by having my husband check the tires and take it in for an oil change! :)

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  32. tweeted!
    https://twitter.com/methhamfetabean/status/551135957659811840

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  33. I put a blanket in the back seat. Does that count?

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  34. We make sure there are matches, candle, blanket, first aid kit, and jumper cables. And of course a cell phone!

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  35. I make sure there is enough Anti-Freeze in the radiator reserve.

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  36. I flush the anti freeze. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

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  37. These are all such great tips and most of them I didn't even think about. I do always get a tune up and make sure I have necessities in my car just in case of emergencies. I also try and always keep a full tank of gas!

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  38. I usually have a tune up and oil change.

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

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  39. https://twitter.com/tcarolinep/status/551175550132166656

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  40. I change oil get my car checked for everything especially brakes and tires.

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  41. Tweet:
    https://twitter.com/Janetfaye/status/551179727021420544

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  42. Here in Maine, it's really important to have the car ready for winter. We start with snow tires, then load up with essentials like scrapers, blankets, flashlights, and flares.

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  43. I usually put on stronger wipers, get snow tires, check the tire pressure regularly, and use a windshield cover to stave off the ice and snow.

    Geoff K
    gkaufmanss at yahoo dot com

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  44. 1/2 tweet: https://twitter.com/guettel78/status/551195410773970944

    Geoff K
    gkaufmanss at yahoo dot com

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  45. My husband winterizes my car by putting on the snow wiper blades, checking the tire's air pressures and filling up the wiper fluid. The only thing I do is put in my rubber floor mats

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

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  46. https://twitter.com/jbmthill/status/551202138978668545

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  47. We change our tires and oil as well as add winter washer fluid.

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  48. Change the wipers and get the car checked out with an oil change and tune up

    kport207 at gmail dot com

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  49. I make sure my tires are properly inflated.

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  50. https://twitter.com/ChelseyLJones/status/551218494361305088

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  51. I check the tires and battery get an oil change and clean the inside really well!

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  52. I winterize by putting an emergency bag in the truck, change the oil, make sure to keep the car in the garage, keep the gas in tank at 50%+ all the time and let it run a minute or two on startup.

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  53. I have my tires checked and stow extra blankets and cold weather wear in the trunk.

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  54. I use wiper fluid that's for winter temperatures, have an ice scraper and also a small shovel and some cat litter in the trunk to help if I get stuck.

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  55. I check tire pressure, oil, and change wipers when necessary. I also make sure vehicles gas tank is at least 1/2 full all the time.

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  56. We keep a cheap bag of cat litter in the trunk- it's great for adding traction under the tires whenever an ice storm freezes the driveway.

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  57. I take it to my corner repair station, and let them make sure everything is in working order.

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  58. I get an oil change, check the fluids, and make sure the wipers are in good condition.
    Thank you!

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  59. https://twitter.com/vickiecouturier/status/551375246129782785

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  60. tweeted!
    https://twitter.com/methhamfetabean/status/551384472357056512

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  61. I check my tires, get oil changed, make sure heater and defroster is up to par.

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  62. 1/3 tweet
    https://twitter.com/eswright18/status/551416468751933442

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  63. My brother takes care of this for me.
    I know that he checks the tires and fluids.
    thank you

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  64. https://twitter.com/LuLu_Brown24/status/551418518537662464

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  65. Google+1 this post
    https://plus.google.com/u/0/115080239707068685010/posts/gcBAgfS69ce

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  66. We put on snow tires and change the wipers and oil.

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  67. https://twitter.com/JalapenoMama/status/551419464554541056

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  68. https://twitter.com/KGlatt/status/551420345467432960

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  69. We get windshield wipers ready and make sure the tires are good. Top off the fluids too. :)

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  70. We change to snow tires and have our car checked out.

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  71. We change the oil and other fluids, add antifreeze, check tire pressure, check wipers and put a bag of kitty liter in the truck, in case we get stuck, put it under the tires for traction on slick roads. :)

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  72. My tweet: https://twitter.com/bbdream34/status/551467218194534400 :)

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  73. I check all the fluid levels, get an oil change and check tire pressure.

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  74. I get all fluids checked, get new windshield wipers, and check the tires.

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  75. We live in a warm climate so we don't usually winterize our car

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  76. tweet--https://twitter.com/WildOrchid985/status/551537294604513280

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  77. I change my wiper blades!
    Entered the rafflecopter form as "Wild Orchid"

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    wildorchid985 at gmail dot com

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  78. https://twitter.com/ChelseyLJones/status/551542127717388289

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  79. I just check tires and get an oil change and check coolant. also make sure I have a scraper in the car

    hippopurplemonkey at yahoo dot com

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  80. Check the tires, have salt in the trunk and get the shovel out!

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  81. I take it in to the station and ask them to winterize it.

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  82. Get my oil changed, check my wipers and wiper fluid, make sure my scraper is handy and put an extra coat in my car.

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  83. https://twitter.com/tatzgrrly/status/551556558207725568

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  84. New wipers, oil change, check tires (this year got new ones).
    Thanks for the contest.

    slehan at juno dot com

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  85. I make sure I have a scraper, shovel, gloves, blanket and cat litter in my trunk.

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  86. https://twitter.com/slehan/status/551594593418899456

    slehan at juno dot com

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  87. I make sure my tires are good and I have an ice scraper

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  88. We do a full checkup and make sure winter emergency supplies are in the trunk.

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  89. get it winterized by a auto place

    dianetherkildsen@att.net

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  90. Put on the snow tires and check the fluids.
    Jennifer Rote

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  91. My tweet: https://twitter.com/bbdream34/status/551754828842418176

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  92. i get the fluids changed in my car to winterize

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  93. https://twitter.com/methhamfetabean/status/551761428604923904

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  94. I get a tune-up, have all my fluids checked and keep an emergency kit for cold weather in the back of the car.

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  95. Tweet:
    https://twitter.com/Janetfaye/status/551776929406140416

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  96. Tire rotation, new wipers, and check antifreeze levels.

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  97. https://twitter.com/KGlatt/status/551784638801125377

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  98. I get my oil changed and make sure everything is working properly

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  99. https://twitter.com/aes529/status/551789777674964993

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  100. https://twitter.com/JalapenoMama/status/551790271671697408

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  101. I put snow tires on my car and check all the fluids.

    rounder9834 @yahoo.com

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  102. tweeted
    https://twitter.com/thomasmurphy40/status/551807721352085504

    rounder9834 @yahoo.com

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  103. tweet https://twitter.com/stigay/status/551818535685480448

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  104. I add several things to my emergency bag - a blanket, a small shovel and a window breaker !!

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  105. https://twitter.com/vickiecouturier/status/551823203190837248

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  106. I winterize by making sure I have a big blanket, extra mittens, scarf and hat in my car during the winter.

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  107. Tweet! https://twitter.com/ktkatherine/status/551833031619538944

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  108. https://twitter.com/ChelseyLJones/status/551842665356984320

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  109. I get my winter tires on.
    Brittney House BBrittBrat1398@yahoo.com

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  110. I change out my windshield wiper fluid.

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  111. https://twitter.com/tatzgrrly/status/551880457369821186

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  112. get the tires checked and changed if necessary

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  113. https://twitter.com/sweetums82/status/551912391617695744

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  114. i live in the desert so nothing :)

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  115. https://twitter.com/tcarolinep/status/551971826226589696

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  116. https://twitter.com/JalapenoMama/status/552001778703556608

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  117. https://twitter.com/WildOrchid985/status/552075873495810048

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  118. https://twitter.com/methhamfetabean/status/552086979219693568

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  119. https://twitter.com/KGlatt/status/552131622913327105

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  120. https://twitter.com/bbdream34/status/552131976690270208

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  121. I check tires and fluids

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  122. https://twitter.com/aes529/status/552155575669096448

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  123. https://twitter.com/tatzgrrly/status/552166204626853888

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  124. My husband usually handles it. But I know he changes the pressure in the tires and makes sure we have a winter emergency kit in the car.

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  125. 1/5 ~ https://twitter.com/Zuzuz_Petalz/status/552174645068066816

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  126. https://twitter.com/vickiecouturier/status/552180826591731713

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  127. https://mobile.twitter.com/joyq74/status/552221865658163200

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  128. https://twitter.com/sweetums82/status/552249658869682176

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  129. I check all the fluid levels.

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  130. https://twitter.com/JalapenoMama/status/552362036974587904

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  131. Tweet:
    https://twitter.com/Janetfaye/status/552409510715731968

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  132. https://twitter.com/bbdream34/status/552491562370748416

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  133. https://twitter.com/KGlatt/status/552492060947656704

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  134. https://twitter.com/aes529/status/552504482571902976

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  135. I do so by getting it serviced and keeping certain items in the car.

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  136. https://twitter.com/vickiecouturier/status/552520541450420224

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  137. https://twitter.com/tatzgrrly/status/552528485181173760

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  138. My hubby does the Winterizing. He checks the fluids and put's snow tires on our vehicles. He also adds De-Icer windshield washer fluid.

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  139. tweet

    https://twitter.com/Grannylove38/status/552537415097671680

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  140. I don't winterize my car. We live in a mild climate and anyway.
    agnesye@hotmail.com

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  141. I change the oil, make sure fluids are full, and tires have tread

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  142. Tweeted. https://mobile.twitter.com/joyq74/status/552595814585888770

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  143. https://twitter.com/sweetums82/status/552617150154686464

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  144. Tweet! https://twitter.com/ktkatherine/status/552620420034490368

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  145. tweeted
    https://twitter.com/thomasmurphy40/status/552675145311985664

    rounder9834 @yahoo.com

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  146. https://twitter.com/slehan/status/552719015521423360

    slehan at juno dot com

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  147. I get the oil changed, make sure I have antifreeze and I add blankets and extra water that I keep in the car at all times.

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  148. https://twitter.com/sandradavis07/status/552737490176839680

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  149. https://twitter.com/KGlatt/status/552804252804849665

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  150. tweet--https://twitter.com/WildOrchid985/status/552813782670802945

    wildorchid985 AT gmail DOT com

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  151. Tweet- https://twitter.com/bbdream34/status/552836233236189184

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  152. https://twitter.com/sweetums82/status/552837415451115521

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  153. https://twitter.com/vickiecouturier/status/552866142063054848

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  154. https://twitter.com/aes529/status/552885544963682304

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  155. https://twitter.com/tatzgrrly/status/552888068621885440

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  156. https://twitter.com/joyq74/status/552898905306701824

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  157. https://twitter.com/tcarolinep/status/552944838241288192

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  158. I make sure we all have the right kind of windshield wiper fluid in all of our cars, and everyone has ice and snow removal equipment, roofing shingles and/or rubber floor mats for getting out of ice/snow situations, blankets, mylar sheets and sleeping bags, and food and water for just in case. I also encourage everyone to keep extra warm pants, socks, boots, gloves etc. and a blanket in their car.

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  159. Tweet:
    https://twitter.com/Janetfaye/status/553001381951320064

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  160. https://twitter.com/ChelseyLJones/status/553002154944778240

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  161. Tell me how you winterize your car

    mostly anti freeze..i live in the south

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  162. https://twitter.com/kelsweeps/status/553009983881621506

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  163. I dont really do anything to winterize my car.

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  164. I make sure to have water and a blanket in the car, but I should probably do more! Can't wait to move back to FL where I don't really have to worry!

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  165. https://twitter.com/JalapenoMama/status/553017139192668161

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  166. I always get the car in before the weather shifts to winter weather. that way I have a proper mechanic checking everything from brakes thru fluids to tires before the car is tested by the bad weather.

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  167. https://twitter.com/bettycd/status/553024000629039104

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  168. I make sure to get an oil change, check my fluids and put on new wiper blades.

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  169. https://twitter.com/rubylorikeet/status/553062801187418112

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  170. https://twitter.com/jbmthill/status/553184439899922432

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  171. I winterize my car by checking the antifreeze, getting an oil change and making sure enough air in the tires.

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  172. https://twitter.com/bbdream34/status/553213726887657473

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  173. https://twitter.com/JalapenoMama/status/553222223402508289

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  174. Despite the fact that I've lived in the Northeast my entire life, I do absolutely nothing to "winterize" my car. It's the same all year round. I keep an ice scraper in the door pocket & a blanket in the trunk. that's all folks!

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  175. https://twitter.com/KGlatt/status/553231030019043328

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  176. https://twitter.com/joyq74/status/553234322845470720

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  177. My husband takes care of maintenance. I just gas up and go.

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  178. Hubby does all the maintenance.

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  179. I get the oil changed and get the snow brush out

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  180. we live in a warm climate so don't have to do too much winterizing....usually just keeping warm stuff in the car is good

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  181. I never do anything personally to the car.. hahaha. I have THE BEST mechanics EVER and I just tell them to do anything that needs to be done whenever I bring the car into the shop for the regular oil changes! So they do everything. I think that includes making sure the antifreeze is right, everything lubed and brakes checked. They remind me to go to the balancing spot to get the tires rotated too.

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  182. https://twitter.com/vickiecouturier/status/553244752858984448

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  183. My husband handles it. However, we live in south Texas where winters are mild.

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  184. 1/8 https://twitter.com/Zuzuz_Petalz/status/553250291529678850

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  185. https://twitter.com/tatzgrrly/status/553252922570452993

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  186. https://twitter.com/sweetums82/status/553255521906487296

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  187. https://twitter.com/aes529/status/553275967028752384

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  188. I clean out my garage and park one of the cars in there, check tire pressure, and make sure oil and all the routine maintenance is done.

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  189. https://twitter.com/yarbr012/status/553276826517528577

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  190. https://twitter.com/carawling/status/553277437157445633

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  191. Nothing different here in Hawaii!

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