Advice & Tips:
Is your classic car ready for winter?
With the classic car show season drawing to a close, many classic car owners are preparing their cars for winter storage. For many it’s a well practised procedure; however, if you’re new to it, here are the basics.
If you’ve been putting off some larger maintenance jobs, now’s an ideal time to get the work done. The first stage of preparation is to wash and dry the car to remove any corrosive muck, before ideally parking the car in a dry garage. It is wise to chock a wheel and then release the handbrake to prevent the brake seizing on. Next check the antifreeze concentration and also top up the corrosion inhibitors if required. After that we move on to the engine oil -
Naturally you don’t have to do it all yourself, and our Classic car care information sheet has more information