can do a number on your car. Make sure you’re ready for the cold weather ahead
with these tips on how to winterize your Honda to help you drive safer during the
to winter tires. Winter tires
are made with snowy and icy roads in mind. They have special tread designed to
give you a better grip on the road during winter weather. Switching your
all-season tires to winter ones will keep you in better control of your car.
your battery. Cold
temperatures can cause your car’s battery to lose its efficiency. If you have
an older battery, now is the time to get a new one so you don’t find yourself
stranded with a dead battery.
an eye on your tire pressure. As
the temperature drops, so will your tires’ pressure levels. Routinely check
your tire pressure to ensure that you don’t run the risk of a blowout or losing
control while out on the road.
sure your fluids are level. From
your windshield wiper fluid to your anti-freeze, make sure all necessary fluids
are at the appropriate level before the temperature drops too much.
your windshield wipers. Good
visibility is critical when you’re driving. New windshield wipers will battle
the snow and ice you might experience during the colder months better than old
ones, providing you with the best sightlines possible.
If your Honda needs any maintenance performed, set up an appointment with the service department at Hardin County Honda. We’ll make sure that your vehicle is ready for whatever the winter roads have to offer.
The holiday season is almost upon us. Whether you’re planning to make the trek to your grandparents’ house for Thanksgiving or simply head down to downtown Elizabethtown’s Christmas in the Park event, it’s important to be prepared. These holiday travel tips should make your travels a bit easier.
prepared. Whether you’re
flying or driving, it’s essential to always be ready for
the unexpected – especially during the colder months. With winter weather
affecting road and flying conditions, be prepared for delays, traffic, and long
lines at the airport.
peak travel days. If you can,
try to keep your travel dates flexible, avoiding the busier travel days. This
includes the days before and after Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year.
sure your car is ready. For
the road trippers out there, before you head out on the road, make sure your
vehicle has undergone its most recent routine maintenance. Check your tires,
get your oil changed, and make sure your windshield wipers are working like
plenty of snacks. Hunger can
strike at any moment. Be ready with snacks on hand, whether you’re going
through airport security or driving two hours. After all, you don’t want to get
caught snack-less when your kids get the munchies!
No matter where your holiday travels take you, all of us at Hardin County Honda want you to get there safely. If your vehicle is due for any maintenance, stop by our service department and let us get it back into tip-top shape.