Here are some tips for how to prepare your automobile for winter, i.e. "winterize your car." Some of these tips can be performed by any do-it-yourselfer; others require an auto technician. Engine Performance -- Get engine driveability problems (hard starts, rough idling, stalling, diminished power, etc.) corrected at a good repair shop. Cold weather makes existing problems worse. Replace dirty filters -- air, fuel, PCV, etc. Fuel -- Put a bottle of fuel deicer in your tank once a month to help keep moisture from freezing in the fuel line. Note that a gas tank which is kept filled helps keep moisture from forming. Oil -- Change your oil and oil filter as specified in your manual; more frequent changes (every 3,000 miles) should be made if your driving is mostly stop-and-go or consists of frequent short trips. Remove the radiator cap until the engine has thoroughly cooled! The tightness and condition of drive belts, clamps and hoses should be checked by a pro. Windshield Wipers -- Replace old blades. If your climate is harsh, purchase rubber-clad (winter) blades to fight ice build-up. Stock up on windshield washer solvent; you'll be surprised how much you use. Carry an ice-scraper. Heater/Defroster -- The heater and defroster must be in good working condition for passenger comfort and driver visibility. Battery -- The only accurate way to detect a weak battery is with professional equipment. Routine care: Scrape away corrosion from posts and cable connections; clean all surfaces; re-tighten all connections. If battery caps are removable, check fluid level monthly. Avoid contact with corrosive deposits and battery acid. Wear eye protection and rubber gloves. Lights -- Inspect all lights and bulbs; replace burned out bulbs; periodically clean road grime from all lenses. To prevent scratching, never use a dry rag. Exhaust System -- Your vehicle should be placed on a lift and the exhaust system examined for leaks. The trunk and floor boards should be inspected for small holes. Exhaust fumes can be deadly. Tires -- Worn tires will be of little use in winter weather. Examine tires for remaining tread life, uneven wearing, and cupping; check the sidewalls for cuts and nicks. Check tire pressures once a month. Let the tires "cool down" before checking the pressure. Rotate as recommended. Don't forget your spare, and be sure the jack is in good condition. Carry emergency gear: gloves, boots, blankets, flares, a small shovel, sand or kitty litter, tire chains, and a flash light. Put a few "high-energy" snacks in your glove box. If you live in Florida, have your a/c checked. If you live in Buffalo, check your heat, wipers, and tires. You should be keeping up on the maintenance so you shouldn't need to worry about that (coolant flush, transmission service, tune up, etc.). Since you don't own a lift, pay an independent garage to look the car over to see what the shape of the car is in. It would be wise to lube your locks and hinges, hood release, clean off your gaskets around the doors and silicone them. Use some RAIN-X on the windshield, coat your fancy wheels with wax, (don't wipe off till spring), replace the battery if it is five years old. Or if you feel less energetic, just tell the car "It won't be that bad"! Get your coolant mixture right. It may be a good idea to have your radiator flushed out and add a 50/50 mix of water and coolant. Some parts of USA are different depending on how cool your area gets.
Tell what ants do in the winter (prepare for winter).
They prepare for the winter Olympics by non stop training
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Ants prepare for the winter by gathering food during the summer. Once winter comes, they stayed underground and eat the food that they gathered.
The best way to prepare your lawn for winter is to adjust your watering schedule, and remulch as much as necessary.
Black bears prepare for the winter by eating a lot and putting on an extra layer of fat.
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They feed heavily during the summer and fall, then seek out dens in which to spend the winter.
They migrate, nothing else.
THEY GO UNDERGROUND and sleep for the winter.
Yes it is recommended that you purchase Snow Tires for driving in Wisconsin. You should be fully prepared for the harsh winter weather conditions in Wisconsin. You can never be too prepared. Also search for a list of items you should keep in your car in case of a winter driving emergency.
Preparation for the winter will depend on where one is located. In the UK it is a good idea to ensure all gutters and downpipes are free from leaves, that windows and doors are draught-proofed, and that the central heating system has been serviced. One should also check that there is anti-freeze in the car and that the tyres are in good condition.
They stored food for winter, made jackets from animal skins, and moved shelters.
Gather lots of food and dry it so it would be available all winter.
I Recommend getting all 4 winter tyres due to it will significantly improve the handling and braking and performance of the car.
The change in weather is a vast difference, winter clothing is something you must be able to access. Be prepared for a difference in the cost of items. Be sure to winterize your car! In the winter in Alaska cars are plugged in to keep them warm enough to start. Also there is a big difference in the daylight hours from winter to summer. Alaska is called "The Last Frontier" it is also called "The land of the midnight sun".
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Squirrels cache nuts and other food items to eat during the winter. Raccoons eat as much as they can during the warmer months to put on a thick later of fat that allows them to survive when food is scarce.
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