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Helpful Tips For Winter Travel

We've all felt Jack Frost taking a nip at our nose, and facing Jack also means facing the harsh reality that a harsh winter promises, including the toll it's like to take on our main mode of transportation. It's common knowledge that the tempestuous winter months put our vehicles through greater stress and strain, and can often make minor imperfections into major malfunctions. With that said, experts emphasize the importance of getting your car geared up for winter well advance of the plummeting temperatures. Battery Operation: Since cold weather can be hard on batteries, checking your battery should be a top priority - Make sure connections are tight and corrosion-free and that the cables aren't lose. - Have a technician conduct a load test to further determine your battery's condition. Check Your Liquid Assets: Professionals point out the need to check your vehicles vital fluids and filters, as well as its hoses, belts, and tires. - At minimum, get oil and filter change. - Check you coolant level and make sure the water/antifreeze ration is correct. Set Your Sights On Safety: Remember, visibility is key for winter driving. - Make sure you have ample windshield-washer fluid. And make sure to always keep it topped off with proper commercial anti-freeze. - Check and double-check wipers, their condition, and how they are functioning. You can even choose to switch to winter blades as an option. - Inspect headlights, taillights, brake lights and defrosters, and make sure they are in good, working order. Interior Design: How your car operates on the inside is just as important to how it functions on the outside. - Inspect floor for cracks or holes that may allow dangerous (and toxic) exhaust gases into your vehicle. - Ensure that your heater (and defroster) are working. Check Brakes, Belts And Hoses: Make sure all are in good condition and in working order before hitting the road. - Top-off brake, clutch and transmission fluids. - Check pressure on your belts. Also check for any cracking or fraying. - Look for loose connections on hoses, as well as for unusual bulges, cracks, tears, and holes. Treading On Thin Ice: Tire pressure and tread depth affect traction in the snow and rain. - Check the inflation pressure of your tires and make adjustments according to the season and the temperature. This check, say experts, should be conducted several times a year (about twice a month). - Check your spare tire and make sure you have one. Getting Your Wheels In Motion: One of the best ways to safely get around in winter is by switching to a climate-friendly tire. - Replace current tires with tires especially designed for colder, icier conditions. - Check tread Depth. Keep in mind the shallower, the better. - Beware of studded tires. They may offer more traction in wintry weather, but can reduce traction of dry roads. Stay Attuned To Your Car's Needs: Taking care of your car means knowing what it needs and when. - Check the owner's manual for instructions on how often you'll need a general tune up, including spark plugs, ignition, coil, fuel injection, etc. and get one done just before the brunt of the winter season strikes. - Put a minimum of one coat of wax on the exterior to protect paint against the winter making it easier for snow and ice to simply slip off - Spay a lubricant (such as WD-40) in all door and trunk locks to prevent them from freezing. Winterize Your Vehicle Inside and Out: Be prepared in care of emergency - Stock and emergency kit with flashlight, flares, first-aid kid, blanket, warm clothes, gloves, hast, paper towels, snow shovel, snow brush, ice scraper, washer fluid, high energy food and water, and booster cables, and keep it in your car. - Keep some sand or other such coarse material in your car to pour under tires to assist with traction if you get stuck on ice or hard-packed snow. - ALWAYS carry your mobile phone with you and make sure it's charged. Polishing Your Safety Skills: No matter what kind of vehicle you drive or how well you maintain it, cautious driving is always recommended. - Invest in an advanced winter driving course. - Drive carefully and stay safe!

The Best Secret Gems Of Italy

If you’re searching to visit some unusual and still undiscovered places in Italy, and you’re not a huge lover of crowds, here’re some of the best secret Italian gems to visit. Treviso- For all lovers of quiet and peaceful vacations, the small Italian town of Treviso may present the perfect choice. Otherwise called small Venice, this small walled town with cobbled streets, and medieval gates are ’’the place where the Sile and the Cagnan go hand in hand” according to famous Dante Alighieri. Bolzano, Alto Adige- This bilingual town with both Italian and German-speaking population is a fairy-tale looking town, settled between medieval castles and vineyards. You probably didn’t know but this town is considered for the top-ranked town for quality-living in Italy. Its lowest rank of unemployment, wonderful landscapes, and kind people are certainly the main trademarks of this town. Castelluccio-Umbria- This highest village in the Apennine Mountains is nested at 5,000 feet above sea level. The village provides an idyllic and peaceful atmosphere between its World-famous floral fields. The village of Castelluccio leaves people speechless with thousands of flowers bursting with colors, with shades ranging from yellow to violet and red. Sperlonga, Lazio- This picturesque seaside town in Lazio is considered for one of the most fashionable Italian towns. It’s located on midway between Rome and Naples and is generally undiscovered for foreign visitors. The town has numerous sandy beaches that are famous for its Blue Flag waters. If you decide to visit this hidden gem, I am sure that you’ll be thrilled with its old narrow streets, the Grotto of Tiberius, and its Archaeological Museum. Tropea, Calabria- Tropea is nested deep in Calabria, on the toe of the famous Italian boot. The town is perched above the Tyrrhenian Sea on the Coast of the Gods and is stunningly beautiful with fantastic beaches, a charming historical center, and restaurants serving fresh seafood

The chaotic-looking town of Positano

A widely famous Italian Almafi Coast attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists every year. If you were searching for something slightly different and a bit chaotic, then the small town of Positano is everything you need. The Almafi Coast in Italy can be a little overwhelming if it’s your first time visiting or your fifth time there. The town of Positano is a mixture of relaxed romance, picturesque architecture, chaotic cliffs and buzzing atmosphere, and it’s certainly worth a visit. What to do in Positano? I highly recommend you to rent a boat to get the best impression. When staying in Positano, visiting other cities or islands of Almafi Coast is ’a must’. The island of Capri is highly recommended since you’ll be able to visit the famous Blue Grotto. Another place to visit is the town nestled between the hills of Almafi Coast called Ravello where you’ll get the best view and sunset in Italy. Towns like Pompeii and Herculaneum are the witnesses of ancient times where you can get the piece of history by visiting Casa del Menandro, Forum, and other ancient ruins. Positano is a high-class tourist town where you can enjoy lying on the Marina Grande -300 m long beach and swimming in the endlessly turquoise sea. Its multi-hued buildings look like they’re going to tumble down any second while drinking the best Italian wines will make you experience a real Dolce Vita. From restaurants, I highly recommend you to have a lunch break in Spiaggia Bar Ristorante La Marinella that will provide you not only a wonderful tasty food, but also a breathtaking view to a sweet little beach. The higher you climb the Positano streets, the more breathtaking views you’ll get. If you’re a hike – lover this place is a paradise on Earth ’cause you’ll get the unique opportunity to walk through the Footpaths of the Gods.