The Cold Temperatures Can Mean Trouble For Your Car If You Don't Keep Your Tank Full

Now that we are getting full on into winter, the temperature drop is certainly noticeable. With those changing temperatures come changing requirements for your automotive upkeep. One of the things that you should be doing as it continues to get colder is to keep your gas tank full.

Having an empty gas tank means that you have more room for air in there. With the cold temperatures, this can cause condensation which can drip down and reach your fuel lines. Once this happens, there is a risk of it freezing. Frozen fuel lines mean that your car, truck, or SUV isn't going anywhere anytime soon. I can cause damage to your fuel delivery and ignition systems.

If you are worried about this or any other winter-related issue, then bring your vehicle in to see our service experts here at Jenkins Kia of Gainesville. We are always here to help.

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