Ranch Hand Roofing

1991 Pursley Rd
Dripping Springs, TX 78620
(512) 656-6635
Contact: Schram, Mark
Licensed: UNKNOWN
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Don't Get Salty: 5 Ways to Keep Your Car Clean This Winter

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Cars in snow, protect them from salt
How you dig your car out after a snow storm could damage the finish, inside and out, if you're not careful with the tools and chemicals. (Photo courtesy of Angie's List Member Kate R. of Spokane, Wash.)

Salt covering your vehicle doesn't just look bad—it's bad for cars. That salt can rust the metal and mess up the upholstery. We've got 5 tips to keep it clean.

Should I Let My Car Warm Up in the Winter?

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Auto mechanics disagree on the benefits of letting your car warm up in the winter. (Photo courtesy of Angie's List member Kate R. of Spokane, Wash.)

Do you let your car warm up on cold winter mornings? Some auto mechanics say it's a waste of gas and puts stress on your car, yet others recommend it.

Car Safety Tips for Winter Storms

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Extricating your car in snowy or icy conditions can sometimes prove tricky. (Photo courtesy of Angie’s List member Deborah S. of Laconia, N.H.)
Extricating your car in snowy or icy conditions can sometimes prove tricky. (Photo courtesy of Angie’s List member Deborah S. of Laconia, N.H.)

A crucial part of dealing with ice and snow involves making sure that your car can handle the punishment storms can dish out, and how to stay safe.

Should You Invest in Snow Tires?

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If you live in an area with frequent snowfall, it's wise to make sure that your tires have enough traction depth for slippery conditions. (Photo by Fred Patton).
If you live in an area with frequent snowfall, it's wise to make sure that your tires have enough traction depth for slippery conditions. (Photo by Fred Patton).

The special tread design of snow tires, also known as winter tires, allows drivers to move easily through snow and ice, say tire experts on Angie’s List.

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