Whether winter in your area brings rain or snow, it generally means driving in challenging conditions. To help ensure that your GMC is ready for whatever comes your way, start by making an appointment with your GMC dealership. The Certified Service experts can conduct a vehicle inspection, which includes examining the brakes, battery, tires, and other components.
are a key maintenance item. If they are worn or dirty, this can obscure your vision, especially in messy weather. Watch for worn rubber, streaking, or a skipping of the blades across the windshield. Should any of these symptoms exist, have the blades replaced.
The Certified Service experts also can check for proper levels of oil, coolant, brake and transmission fluids. Insufficient fluid levels
could lead to damage and costly repairs. If you live where the temperature may fall below freezing, and you fill the windshield wash yourself, be sure to use a fluid that has sufficient protection against freezing.
This is also a good time to have a battery test
performed to check the health of your battery, and visually inspect the cables and connections. Finally, the experts can inspect your GMC’s tires
for adequate tread and correct air pressure levels.