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If you live somewhere that gets snow, this video will teach you some helpful tips and tricks I have learned over the years to prepare your car for the snow! Learn how to remove ice from your windshield and how to remove snow from your car quickly without scratching the paint. I also show you how to prevent your door and lock from getting frozen shut and many more tips and tricks! I even show you how to use a car detailing spray to prevent the snow from sticking!
Windshield Snow/Ice Shield:
Silicone Spray:
Snow Removal Brush:
Windshield Washer Fluid:
Ceramic Spray:
Strong Leaf Blower:
How to get more traction on snow and ice: 0:40
How to get out of your driveway or parking spot safely: 1:48
How to top off washer fluid: 2:51
How to prevent doors and locks from freezing: 3:13
How to prevent ice from sticking to your windshield: 5:55
How to prevent snow from sticking to shovel: 8:29
How to prevent scratching your paint while removing snow: 9:25
How to remove snow without touching it: 10:10
How to remove ice from glass: 12:43
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12 thoughts on “10 winter car tips & tricks you need to know”
  1. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Thomas King says:

    Living in a cold snowy winter climate I suggest keeping a portable battery jump starter charged in your car in case of dead battery. Also make sure your tires have full pressure before it gets cold. That's the most I do. As long as my car is drivable. I don't care about 24 inches of snow or 2 inches of ice 😆

  2. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Juanluis De Jesus Sz says:

    Is not better if u just get a cover for the whole car? And no water and now snow would freeze anything on the car🤷🏻‍♂️🤷🏻‍♂️ and just get a high CCA battery and y car won’t die, and of course maintenance of fluids full! ! Isn’t that more common sense?

  3. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Alex Ray says:

    Also a super important thing to remember: always clear the snow from the top of your car, always. There is never an excuse to leave snow up there, you're just endangering the person behind you on the highway. That snow will fall off bit by bit when you drive, and it will damage the windshield of another car if it hits them

  4. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Kathy Howell/Nash says:

    Used an old king-size comforter , and thru it over hood and windshield close it in the doors of full size bronco. Worked well at three o'clock in the morning in the Tahoe area..

  5. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Questioner says:

    Another tip: once the snow brush is dry, leave it somewhere unheated like a garage or outside, because a warm brush will melt snow and become full of ice, but a cold brush keeps the snow a powder that shakes off.

  6. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars David W says:

    Nice tips!! (The leaf blower especially 😂) There's no rush after a snow storm though, I'm ready to use the auto-start I just got and use the defrost to naturally melt the ice on the glass.

  7. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars zig zag says:

    I find it so much easier to park it in the garage if the wife doesn't get there 1st🤣 Or under a tree as long as the tree isn't to big for those who are going to say the snow can bring the branches tumbling down onto the car. 👍🏿

  8. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Arkham Arxher says:

    These are pretty nifty tips and I say so as a native New Englander. Snow removal is a whole industry up here. One tip I can give you though is instead of the microfiber towel use a car wash brush. No scratches 😁

    Also keep bags of snow salt and kitty litter on hand, those are huge for winter. The salt you can put on walkways to your car and the kitty litter is great for putting in front of the wheels once you shovel a path so your tires can gain traction.

    And of course some of us nutcases here in New England prefer flamethrowers for snow removal.

  9. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars AnyWho says:

    in New York, it's illegal to back out of your driveway anyways so you should (depending on your state) pull out of the driveway regardless … BTW, for iced over windows you can also spray them with stronger alcohol/water solution. the alcohol will help to break down the ice easier.

  10. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Hola! Hacker By Night says:

    I actually use the credit card trick when in a pinch, I usually use a used gift card, that way I don’t have to be careful of it breaking. Now you might ask yourself, why am I walking around with a used gift card in my wallet? And to that I say, no idea

  11. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Debber 0401 says:

    Dude, whether you know it or not, that cover you are putting over your windshield, has that extended flap of canvas at the bottom, for the specific reason of being able to leave your windshield wipers down so you don’t have to leave them up like this. I have one of these covers and it works great!

  12. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars ChrisFix says:

    Hopefully these tips are helpful. The weather has been horrible here with snow ever couple of days which has put a hamper on filming my regular How-To videos. Hopefully the snow melts soon! I have some awesome videos coming!!!

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