Seasonal Driving

Helpful Seasonal Driving Instructions

Drive Safe in All Seasons

Driving in any season doesn't come without its fair share of risks. During summers, the rising temperature can cause your engine to overheat and cause a breakdown. While in winters, snow and ice tend to cover the roads making it difficult to drive.

Whether you're planning to go on a vacation or sending your kid off to college, prepare your vehicle for any weather and road condition so that you and your family stay safe while on the road. 

The Auto Station Winter Emergency Kit

  1. Windshield scraper
  2. Tire chains
  3. Blanket and winter hat
  4. Small shovel
  5. Cat litter
  6. Cardboard box
  7. Gloves and hand warmers
  8. Hazard lights or reflectors
  9. Water and nonperishable food
  10. Tow strap

Your Vehicle's Winter Checklist

Before you set out for your winter expedition, we advise you to conduct a thorough check of your vehicle, as you wouldn't want to be freezing it out in cold weather in case your defroster breaks down. The Auto Station winter checklist will help you get your vehicle ready for your winter travel.
  1. Tire pressure
  2. Tire tread
  3. Windshield wipers
  4. Defroster/Heater
  5. Battery condition
  6. Brakes
  7. Cooling system
  8. Winter tools
Call 402-896-5800 
for more seasonal 
driving tips.
"These guys are great. I have never 
had any problem here and I will continue to take my service truck and personal truck here."

Andrew Nelson
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