Teen drivers and winter elements can be a nerve wracking because they are new drivers. Moms, dads, and teens everywhere may be a little leery as driving skills are still being developed.
Winter is most definitely has shown itself this season and unfortunately, it can wreak havoc on house pipes, furnaces, and don’t forget vehicles. Are you and your family prepared for the harsh winter elements in case of an emergency?
Ice is not only dangerous on the roadways, it can become dangerous on your windshield and windshield wipers. This is a problem especially if you don’t have a garage, car port, or any kind of vehicle shelter to protect it from the harsh winter elements…
Throughout the winter months, it’s normal to feel a change in physical and mental well-being—In fact, reports show that Americans practice less healthy habits during the cold season.
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Just like staying active doesn’t have to mean enduring hours in the cold, being indoors in the winter doesn’t have to mean switching into hibernation-mode. In fact, playing inside has been proven to increase creativity in children and, in most cases, lowers the risk for injury.
Now that the cold weather temps are here, your daily commute can be frigid. In most cases your car will heat up in a few minutes…if you have a newer vehicle with a strong heater. But an older car’s heater can go at any time, this is why it is so important to bring your vehicle in for a checkup before the frigid temps arrive.
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With extreme cold temps comes car doors possibly becoming frozen shut. This happened once and wasn’t pretty. Rule of thumb, if it’s stuck shut, don’t try to pry it open.