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8 Ways To Prep Your Car For The Winter Ahead

With winter weather just around the corner, here’s a quick checklist to get your car ready for the cold to come.

And speaking of being prepared, don’t let a dead battery or another mishap leave you stuck in the cold. GEICO’s 24-hour Emergency Roadside Service is available 365 days a year, to help you get moving again. Best of all, it’s available through the GEICO Mobile app, so help can always be at your fingertips.

By Sam Song

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  1. Ryan Parker says,

    Food, water, extra clothes, blankets, first-aid kit, lighter, flashlight, glow sticks, chargers, jumper cables, flares, extra coolant, snow tire chains.

  2. Andrea Beagles says,

    Thank you GEICO. This is great information for those of us who have no idea what keeps our
    cars safe and protected. I will keep the list in mind when I go for my car check up.

  3. Steve Holt says,

    There are some really great tips in this post. It seems like making sure that my car’s battery is properly charged is the lesson that I need to learn from the most. My car battery dies every winter at the worst times. It seems like if I start charging it more frequently it won’t have that problem as often.

  4. Valarie R. says,

    Its nice to be reminded to do the simple things that will keep us safe and secure while driving, thank you GEICO for being so helpful. Since I am more likely to visit this site than read my car manual I would like to see tips/reminders on routine maintenance under the hood and simple things I can do. Another thing is how to know if you have a good mechanic?