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As the seasonís next storm makes its way into the area, be sure your vehicle tires, brakes and wipers are in good condition.


REPLACE WINDSHIELD WIPERS AND WIPER FLUID
Itís important to make sure the wiper blades are up to par to help avoid low visibility. Since wiper blades are made from rubber, over time they will crack, split and deteriorate. It's suggested that you replace your windshield wiper inserts every six to 12 months. Keeping wiper fluid filled up is also advisable.

CHECK YOUR TIRE PRESSURE AND BRAKES
Wet roads can cause dangerous accidents, so it's important to make sure your tires are equipped to handle adverse weather conditions. Check the air pressure on each tire. Deflated tires close up the tread and significantly decrease traction, increasing the likelihood of sliding on wet patches. Your vehicleís owner's manual should list the suggested pounds per square inch. If you ever find yourself in a skid, don't put on the brakes. Instead, take your foot off the accelerator and guide your car to safety by turning the wheel in the opposite direction you're skidding. Have a service technician check the condition of your brakes and consider their recommendations.

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