Yes its true. Winter is almost here and that means its time to get our vehicles ready so we don't end up in a serious situation.
With fall in full swing we'll be wheeling into winter before you know it and that usually means lots of snow, ice and the inevitable poor road conditions.
Maureen Murray at CAA Saskatchewan reminds us to get our vehicles ready for the winter driving season. That includes checking tires, fluids and wipers.
Murray also reminds us to always be prepared for the unexpected.
"Make sure your lights are on. With the automatic head light feature, people often forget their taillights are not on at the same time. So we should consciously turn on our headlights so we can be seen from behind if there is a snow storm or poor visibility."