Prep Your Car for Winter with These Care Tips

Even down here in Texas, it’s a good idea to prep your car for winter and all the blustery weather that comes with it. Before it’s too late, follow these late-fall care car tips to protect your vehicle from the season’s worst.

Prep Your Car for Winter

Take care of your radiator.

Your radiator maintains your engine temperature, which makes it critical to your car’s overall health. Make sure your radiator system is properly filled with fresh antifreeze.

Take care of your battery.

Cold weather does a number on your battery, especially if it’s old. Check the positive and negative battery terminals for any rust or corrosion. Before bad weather is the best time to trade out that old battery for a fresh one!

Take care of your tires.

Changing temperatures can lead to changing tire pressure. Keep an eye on your tires and make sure your tire pressure matches the range suggested in your owner’s manual.

Keep your tank full.

A full tank of gas helps to keep moisture from collecting in the fuel lines where it might freeze if the temperature dips too low.

 

These are just a few fast suggestions to help you prep your car for winter this year. For more car care tips and tricks, come see us today here at Wiesner of Huntsville!

Meet Team Chevy Rodeo!

Meet Team Chevy Rodeo

If you’ve been thinking nothing gets more American than a big ol’ Chevy Silverado, you’re not the only one, but you’d be in for a big ol’ surprise.

Early in October, Chevrolet announced its new partnership with professional rodeo with the introduction of their own squad of rodeo stars.

So, meet Team Chevy Rodeo, a team of five of American rodeo’s highest fliers and toughest riders.

The team consists of Tuf Cooper, a 25-year-old Texas native and a prodigy of tie-down racing. Next is Fallon Taylor, a 34-year-old world champion barrel racer. Speaking of champion, the third member of Team Chevy Rodeo is Richmond Champion, 23, a bareback riding all-star who’s been riding bulls since the age of 13. The fourth Chevy champ is Luke Branquinho, 36, a steer wrestler (which is just as wildly dangerous as it sounds) who won his fifth world title in 2014. Finally, meet Travis Graves, 32, Chevy’s team roping, or heeling, competitor whose been winning those big titles since 2001.

To meet Team Chevy Rodeo is to meet one of the toughest, most daring, sets of people you’ve ever seen; keep an eye on these five! All of us at Wiesner of Huntsville sure will be!