Apply car wax
Protect the exterior of your car from snow and road salts by applying car wax on the exterior. First, wash your car and scrub away all dirt then apply it.
Switch to synthetic engine oil
Change your conventional oil to synthetic as its easier in cold weather to start a car with synthetic oil because synthetic oil flows freer at low temperature and it doesn’t need time to warm up.
Maintain your battery
The battery is the first thing that gets hit in cold weather; maintaining it is necessary or your car won’t start because of a dead battery. If your battery is weak change it before winter or check the fluid by removing the red cap and if the fluid is less add more make it full.
Enhance the visibility
Clear visibility should be your priority but in winter it becomes especially important. Check that your headlights and taillight are working properly. Also, change your windshield blades with winter blades as it will be easy to clear snow and ice and fill the windshield washer tank with a deicing fluid it will be very helpful to remove ice on cold mornings.
Check your tires
Traction is key for cold weather well you can get good handling with all-wheel-drive but if you live in an area where snow falls then you should change regular tires to winter tires as they are specifically for this season and gives great handling on snowy roads. Besides, check the tire pressure regularly as with a 10-degree drop in air pressure it’s estimated that the tire pressure gets decrease by one pound. The inflated tire can tear faster, decrease fuel economy, and reduce handling. So, check it regularly.