Cold mornings like today could create headaches when you start your car.
Channel 2’s Sophia Choi went to the AAA Car Care Center on Roswell Road for tips on how to prepare cars for cold mornings.
Car expert Jim Casal told Choi you should spend time warming up your car before taking off, but never leave it unattended.
He also warned to check your tire pressure: as the temperature drops, so can your tire pressure. The right pressure for your tires can be found on the side panel of your driver’s side door.
“You should always have your battery checked every oil change, because you won’t know something’s wrong until something’s wrong,” Casal said.
Casal said cold weather can drain your battery.