Get Your Toyota Ready for Winter with These Quick Tips from Modern Toyota of Boone

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The last thing you want to think about is taking care of your vehicles routine maintenance and pre-winter service. We have a few quick tips for you to make sure that your winter Toyota service is quick, easy, and enjoyable!

Check Your Battery

There's nothing more frustrating than having to jump-start your vehicle, especially when it's cold out. One way you can avoid having a dead battery is to have your battery charge and health tested here at our service center. By checking your battery health often you can avoid having a dead battery and enjoy winter even more in Wilkesboro.

Check the Condition of Your Tires

Tires are vital to your vehicle and having the right set can ensure that you handle anything and everything that comes your way. Our team of service experts can help you find the right set of tires for your 4Runner or Tundra that meet your individual driving habits and needs in Asheville. It's easy to check to see if your tires need to be replaced, just follow the Penny Trick! Take a penny and place Lincoln head down into the tread. If you can see the top of his head, then it's time to get a new set of tires. Rotating your tires frequently in Johnson City will also help prevent uneven wear.

Check Your Fluid Levels and have an Oil Change

As the weather gets cooler in North Wilkesboro, it's important to check your fluid levels, not just your oil. Ensuring that you have the proper oil will make sure that your car, truck, or SUV runs just like it should all-year long. Refilling your coolant, washer fluid, and engine oil will make this winter smooth sailing for you and your Toyota RAV4, Tacoma, Highlander, or any other model you have in Hickory.

No matter what Toyota vehicle you own, we can help you get ready for winter quickly and easily close to home in Boone NC. Easily schedule service appointments online and make sure that you and your Toyota are ready for winter.

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