Three simple ways to save money this winter

From Dr. David Eifrig, MD, MBA, editor, Retirement Millionaire: 

The cold weather can also drain your wallet. Most people start winterizing their houses this time of year, but winterizing your car saves money, too.

Here are several ways you can save on gas and expensive repair bills this winter…

Check your battery and connectors. Batteries more than three years old are more likely to die in the cold.

Keep your tires full. Air contracts in the cold, reducing your tire pressure. This can keep you from having the best traction on slippery winter roads.

Get an oil change. Oil thickens as it gets colder, so making sure you have the proper amount that has been replaced recently is key to your engine running well.

For your personal safety, it’s also important to keep an emergency kit in your trunk. Include a blanket, road salt, and a flashlight. By the way, you can learn even more about how to prepare for crises like blizzards in my bestselling book, The Doctor’s Protocol Field Manual. You can get your copy here.

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