Tuesday, December 30, 2014

WaterSavers Travel Prize Package Giveaway

 

WaterSavers Travel Prize Package Giveaway

WaterSavers Travel Prize Package Giveaway


And we can officially say we have Winter in North Iowa, as we are hovering near the single digits. Just today I headed to the gas station to be sure I had more than 1/2 a tank of fuel. I did not want to find myself with car issues with the cold temps.

Americans’ love affair with their cars is well documented, along with the dollars they spend each year to keep them running. This is particularly evident in the winter time when the harsh elements can challenge even the most conscientious car owners. One thing’s for sure: Keeping your vehicle in good condition will ensure a safer ride in the short term and a higher resale or trade-in value down the road.
WaterSavers has created a prize package to help you feel prepared for winter. One lucky reader will receive a Travel Prize Package that includes:
  • Thermal travel mug
  • Fleece travel blanket
  • Hand Mitt ice scraper
  • $30 VISA Gift Card
*This giveaway is open to the US only and ends 01/07/15 at 11:59pm CST Good luck!

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26 comments:

  1. My best tip check all your fluid levels and your tire pressure.

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    1. Winter can be challenging with tire pressure

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  2. My best winter tip is to check the tire pressure since it changes a bit in the colder weather.

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    1. Yes, they change all the time And these zero degree temps right now are not helping.

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  3. make sure that the gas tank is at least 1/2 full because the air can condense and freeze

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    1. Yes, and I am glad I remembered to fill up before this short cold snap hit!

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  4. My best winter tip is to carry some kitty litter in the trunk. It really does help get traction if you get stuck

    ellen beck on the form

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    1. I need to get some kitty litter in my trunk, you are right. If you do get stuck, it can help.

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  5. OMGoodness---I like the kitty litter tip in the previous comment! I lived most of my life in south Texas, so I had to learn a lot about Winter when I moved north. One thing I learned is that ice and snow can be brutal on the wiper blades.
    Mary Beth Elderton

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    1. Yes, I need new ones- thanks for the reminder!

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  6. It's a simple one, but always bring an umbrella in the car even if you doubt you'll need it. I've been wrong about the weather too many times!

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  7. My best winter tip is to always cover your car to protect it against the weather - cold and debris - shaunie

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    1. That's a good tip- if you can't cover the whole car, just those windshield covers do make a difference.

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  8. be conscious of space heaters and do not leave them on while sleeping......livivua

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  9. Being up north where it gets very cold, before winter comes, we always put shovels, bags of kitty litter, a winter emergency kit with some food that will not freeze and some basic essentials...along with extra blankets in each car. My son got stranded last year when it was below zero temps...and had to wait in the car for over an hour for a tow truck. The extra blankets helped keep him warm until they arrived!

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  10. always warm up your car or truck before you go driving in the winter
    adalia

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    1. That's true- my car shakes quite a bit if I don't let it warm up.

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  11. Make sure your tires have good pressure and are good with tread.

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  12. Keep cat litter in the trunk of you are stuck in ice, de-icer and make sure you keep your car full of gas and all fluids checked

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  13. We have our exhaust system checked every year. It's important that there are no leaks that could harm us, with windows up, heat on, no carbon monoxide dangers :)

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  14. I get my oil changed and always put air in my tires

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  15. Put snow tires on your car for the winter.

    rounder9834 @yahoo.com

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