Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE B cold driving is difficult un- OIL: OoM weather J r' _ _ _ the best of circumstances, an oil with high viscosity. at a poor running car, it is you are using summer Good drivers are oil in your engine, have for winter with safe changed. If you prefer the everything checked, weather, multi-grade oil, Operating or In fell ind winter ready. The Alberta haps it's time for an oil well M skillful driving In order to Association suggests now The oil filter should also the foul weather period with the miximum motor the time to have your car periodically enjoyment end minimum problems, knowing ibotrt a pre-winter check. MUFFLER: A faulty care Is e must. Test your knowledge end me the the worry out of winter system means that thi. winter, to get your c.r for the month. having the following items colorless, odorless carbon experience checked by a compe- oxide gas will leak into lune.up penerna? 5. If your -ind.Meld D. Yon Waking A. JO Percent leave on the flaMy ability 14 garage passenger compartment of the BATTERY: The colder the car Have the exhaust pipe, weather the greater the de- "mffler replace 8. .per.te. C. 60 Percent them placed Si the battery, checked and replaced ,f Check the fluid lever regularly, sary why take chances! Corroded battery terminals and TIRES: Winter driving M Percent B. You should clean windshield iKoronihly. A. 90 Percent. 2. Sinee vorn spark plr.fl Ymll. Bj.lem IB B. 60 are a frequent cause of ice and snow covered roads (rouble yet take only a minute with resulting poor traction, to clean. Tires are important and contaminated, to clean f; M Have the al- have sufficient tread to new plug. n or generator and volt- and stop your care safely 90 day. or mile. .cceptahl. lolet- m ff Sii months or Of in vour car is i115' not shouW mnnlll. nr 1 SM winler dflrbll severe in winter7have it replaced. Check tire "IOP ilwl w.lve or other before hand and save pressure Year or rcile. following .errfce even more Tilal ihi. lima later spare. Tires snoukl De nv LIGHTS- You will use your flated to factory of 7r..r. B. Keep 3. When braking on glare tune, ke, a car at 20 mik, per A. This Ijpe of driving .f- hoir equipped with four lecta .ir conditioner C. T.Bh your e.r. .tudded tire, slops what cool.nt .0 li.ve it p mn Jof mSeln pressures. Over inflation causebf the greater hours of causes rapid wea in thecentr. darkness. Have the headlights of the tread Tms that are checked on both high and low under mHated win wear belter Ih.a checked. torreet positions as well as all on the villi normal tj oi, mm lights, turn signals, H you are using last year There', no difference ily conl.minatcd 10 _ make sure freih, J.Q, It'i. Important to ti. Five percent better your car more frequently Various g.s- C. 31 percent better lets function less effi. lhe D. 100 percent better ciently arid need .tteil- A. fear'ligMs. studded tires WIPERS: Windshield wipers ter be sure that the tore is are also called upon for extra mounted so that the rotation is duty in winter scraping off ice in the same direction as last and snow. Have the windshield year. For example, if last T. melt snow eat into tho 4. The principal danger U. Suspension eyitem un- jj0rjri exhaust system dcrgof-B more Urcsa jiosefl ia abould be light.- Even pure II 4 enedl. more dxinaeing arms and blades checked the tire was on the right rod replaced if necessary. and this time is mounted on the RADIATOR: Make certain left side, the rotation will be re> the radiator has sufficient anti- versed. Studs become Smolce from KX- to carry your car with driving, and reversing can hinder _ rearview vision. NcBlccI of jire-ininier Ci Clem tires slop better B_ luuc-iip could affect nil thin dirty ones. Your engiuc ii more bot onc of fnM, Jiktly 10 overheat. lions .0 from the coldest weather, rotation of the tire .may cause Failure to take this precaution the studs to fly out. Studded could cost you a lot of money tires should always be marked in the form of a cracked en- to indicate which side of the The tlie You IMTHM the rilk JiaUSt iS tpt 10 IllllktS nf .LHinr trnnMr. block. they were nauseouB. Carbon YOD impair engine per- t y 'g fonncnce. .A ei jjj >n jy C. You wwte gwliue. 'f '3 !a 'I 'H is the year is the vear of the CAT Accident 1971 -Action and 19 I F wMI wi ARCTIC CAL models in with power 'N What are a driver s of having an accident in "Je9P7rfsentl 1 lifetime? According to the 1 1 tional Safety Council, it is left low for V pends partly on the distance Br stability, the skis wide apart A person who drives j B sfci width is said tei miles a year has one chance in jjmi T! three of having some kind of m wide __ accident. There is one low centre of in four that damage will ft provides a high limited to property, one in of control that there will be at least in turns. A wide, stable track lucked under a lightweight aluminum injury, and one in for the for unparalleled traction and handling stability. x As a further Skis that tilt in turns for tight, precise handling in all snow One who travels miles measure Sktroule year stands one chance in nat A clutch thafs torque sensitive to match power-lo-load for any accident, one machines with in six for a property ratings in excess accident, one in 55 for an Bttfca A wrap-around dashboard that encloses engine for safety accident, and one in for Horse quiet operation. fatal IOW AS Quiet and efficient ArcticTron muffler coupled to engine A driver who goes miles a year has one chance in 10 for any accident, one in 11 A J J new, durable swivel-ball Complete range of power choices including engines built especially for Arctic Cat. only property will be damaged, one in 110 that there will be personal injuries, and one in 4 ooo that will result The Boss. And the competition thought they had it tough last year. death. A driver must keep his HONDA CENTRE in the best 3rd Ave. S. Phone 3rd AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 3J7-8889 sible travelling condition to improve those odds, the FRIDAY UNTIL FRIDAY Till P.M.