Fuel Saving in Winter

If you live in a colder climate, you might have noticed that your car gets worse fuel efficiency in the winter. It is not your imagination. Modern engines are designed to run at their optimum in a certain temperature range.

When oil, fluids, and engine parts are colder than normal, they do not operate as efficiently. In addition, your tires tend to deflate, and this can decrease your fuel efficiency. One way to improve your fuel efficiency in the winter is to take your car in for a pre-season service. They will check your fluids and make sure that you have the proper oil for the climate. A car that is properly serviced is better-prepared to run more efficiently in the cold weather, and this can mean big winter savings.

The professional staff at Mike Raisor Lincoln want to help Lafayette drivers get the most from their car, so call and schedule a service appointment today.


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