When you’re renting a car, it’s vital that you pick something you’re comfortable with. Especially in the winter months, if it’s not something you know how to handle, then you’re just asking for trouble. And if you’re looking at one of those trips, you need to remember some basic lessons of life.
You need to calm down, and take the roads as slow as you need to. That means no tailgating, at all. If you’re somewhere where it’s frigid and covered in snow, tailgating is your worst enemy. You need all-season tires, and good ones. Have a spare, too, because come on, who wants to get stranded in a snow storm? And that goes for keeping the tank full too – you don’t want the car going out in the middle of a storm. Washer fluid to keep the windshield clean, warm clothes to stay bundled up, hell, even a shovel isn’t the worst idea in the world. Have the rental assistance number ready for when you inevitably need it, and then be pleasant surprised if you don’t.
To learn more on renting in the winter, read the full list by Eric Jordan, right here.
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