Wiper Blades – The blades should completely clear the glass with each swipe. Replace any blade that leaves streaks or misses spots.
Washer Fluid – Fill the windshield washer fluid reservoir with a winter cleaning solution that has antifreeze components to prevent it from freezing.
Brakes – If there is any indication of a brake problem, have the system inspected by a certified technician to ensure all components are in good working order.
Transmission, Brake and Power Steering Fluids – Check all fluids to ensure they are at or above the minimum safe levels.
Emergency Road Kit – Carry an emergency kit equipped for winter weather. The kit should include:
Mobile phone, pre-programmed with rescue apps and important phone numbers including family and emergency services. Carry a car charger cord, too.
Non-perishable snacks for both human and pet passengers
Bag of abrasive material (sand, salt, clay-based cat litter) or traction mats
Ice scraper and snow brush
Extra warm clothing (gloves, hats, scarves)
Flashlight with extra batteries
Window washer solvent
Cloth or roll of paper towels
Warning devices (flares or triangles)
Basic toolkit (screwdrivers, pliers, adjustable wrench)
Android and iPhone users can download AAA Mobile, AAA’s mobile smartphone app that provides AAA services for all motorists, such as mapping and gas price comparison, as well as member-exclusive benefits including roadside assistance and discounts.
AAA Membership is not required to download and use AAA apps, but is necessary to take advantage of unique member benefits such as roadside assistance. For more information on AAA Mobile, visit AAA.com/Mobile.
A not-for-profit organization, AAA Oklahoma serves its 363,000 members across Oklahoma with emergency help on the road, auto travel assistance and a wide range of personal insurance, travel, financial and automotive services through its 44 retail branches, regional operations center and the Internet at www.AAA.com.
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