Hesser Toyota combats winter weather with specialized car service Beloit drivers prepare new and used cars for harsh winter conditions
BELOIT, Wis., Jan. 2, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- As temperatures continue to drop throughout the state of Wisconsin, so does a vehicle's performance. Brutal temperature changes are rough on a vehicle's performance, which means drivers throughout Wisconsin must perform preventative maintenance to protect their vehicles' integrity and strength. Hesser Toyota boasts one of the premier service departments in the Beloit area, which specializes in the care and maintenance of cars traveling in Wisconsin.
Cold weather is especially damaging to vehicles, so Wisconsin drivers have the added responsibility of performing winter-specific tasks to keep their cars running safely and effectively. Some of the areas most significantly damaged by cold temperatures are the tires, engine, battery, fluids, wiper blades and filters. Tires especially must be monitored to ensure the treads are intact and air pressure is at an appropriate level.
The engine and battery have to work much harder to start and maintain power during the winter months, so Hesser Toyota recommends getting a thorough inspection to ensure the vehicle performs efficiently. Decreasing temperatures also affect fluids like the oil, gas, wiper fluid and antifreeze. Refill as necessary and add de-icer to fuel to keep it from freezing. Other areas to monitor and maintain are the filters, heating system, defroster, wiper blades, lights and brakes.
The Hesser Toyota service department has the knowledge and talent to perform all of the maintenance tasks needed to keep Beloit drivers and their vehicles safe throughout the winter months. Schedule service online or contact the dealership at www.hessertoyota.com. For more information on the specific services offered, call the service department at 608-754-7754.
Media Contact: Jeff Sundlin, Hesser Toyota, (608) 754-7754, email@example.com
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