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Winter Prep products for 2019-2020 season


Don’t let the winter weather catch you and your car by surprise. Indeed, the white world is just around the corner and you need to gather some resources. You are in luck because we have all the tools you need to make sure you are prepared. Winter can be tricky on several levels. To keep you safe, you need to maximize your visibility and make sure you are equipped with accessories like chemicals and fluids, booster packs, and more. You also might need an emergency kit to keep you warm in any circumstances. See below the selection of products that we offer.



During winter, your visibility might decrease due to several reasons. It might be a frosty window or even frosty winter blades. Don’t let Mother Nature get in your way and prepare yourself. First, properly maintaining your bulbs, headlights as well as your fuses is vital to your safety. You might want to choose a new pair of bulbs to increase your visibility on the roads. Click here to explore our replacement light bulbs range.

Furthermore, to make sure your windshield wipers always provide maximum vision, without dangerous streaking and without annoying noise, your wiper blades should be replaced every six months. The arrival of winter might be a good time to make sure they are in good shape. To help them, you may as well get yourself a de-icer, which has the role to unfreeze windows. Click here to explore our wiper blades range.



Pamper your car by adding all the chemicals and fluids that it needs. Especially during winter, the temperature can be hard on your car. Don’t worry, we have a wide selection of products that can help you prepare for winter. To increase your visibility we suggest windshield washer specific for winter that repels rain, sleet and snow for safe driving. In order to protect them, you should add lubricant to the window tracks, the doors, the hood latch, the locks, and more. Don’t forget to add a coolant system additives to make sure your car can handle the cold temperature. Finaly, since there is salt on the road, you should prevent rust and corrosion on new and used vehicles with antirust products. Keep your car in great condition.



If your battery is old, or has been having trouble starting, you should consider purchasing a new battery. The cold weather of winter creates even more problems to a car battery. As the cold drains and stresses the battery, it then struggles to generate the initial burst of power, which is needed to start the vehicle. To avoid this, you need to make sure your battery is in good shape. No worries, we have all the tools that you may need such as a battery tester to verify the health of your battery. After the testing, you can then equip yourself with booster packs or even with jump starters, depending on your travel plans. Available in a convenient range of gauges, they will be there if you need a boost no matter where you are headed this winter.



During winter, you need to prepare for the unexpected. To do so, we suggest you keep a winter survival kit in your vehicle. Those survival kit usually contains a blanket, clothes, gloves, boots and an emergency flashlight. Also, you can add medication and nonperishable food to be prepared in any casualty. Just in case of a snow emergency you may also want to bring a snow shovel or even an extra pair of windshield wiper blades. Better be prepared than sorry! Lucky for you, we have all these products in stock.