Protect your car from the elements this winter

By Product Expert | Posted in Tips and Tricks on Friday, January 24th, 2020 at 6:36 pm
Porsche SUV driving on a winter road

How to protect your Porsche from winter weather

Do you plan on driving your Porsche during the winter weather? While many luxury car drivers choose to put their cars in storage during the winter months, some drivers prefer to tough it out. Of course, you’ll want to take extra precautions when driving a luxury vehicle on the roads this winter. Check out some tips and tricks to protect your Porsche from winter weather below!

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The best way to keep your Porsche protected from the winter weather is to reduce the amount of exposure it has to the elements. Keep it under a roof whenever possible.

Check tire pressure regularly

When the weather drops, so can the tire pressure. Check your tire pressure weekly and refill them as needed, as driving with under-inflated tires can reduce performance and efficiency.

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Keep it clean

Not only can the snow and mud make your Porsche dirty, but the salt on the road can also cause it to rust. Wash your Porsche regularly and opt for an undercarriage wash to hit all the hard to reach places. Waxing your Porsche can also provide another protective coat over the paint.

Leave the windshield wipers up

Should your wipers get frozen to the windshield, they can become damaged if you turn them on. By keeping them up and away from the windshield, they won’t stick to the windshield.

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When it comes time to have your Porsche serviced, trust the team here at McDaniels Porsche to take care of it. Our service team is specialized in servicing Porsche vehicles, and they can take care of your pride and joy with more attentiveness than your local auto body shop. Give us a call or schedule a service appointment today to get started!

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