As temps drop, weather gets precipitous and the dreaded salt spreaders come out, our driving patterns change. In LA the only difference is that we might have to actually check the weather report for the chance of rain. The rest of the world, however, may need to cope.
How do you prepare your JNC for winter?
What say you, dear reader? As always, the most entertaining comment by next Monday will receive a prize. Scroll down to see the winner of last week’s QotW, “How do you park your JNC?”
Many techniques for car preservation were shared by you guys last week. From Scotty G‘s shopping cart avoidance tactics Spudenater‘s sun evasion strategies. Tedman went so far as to gauge the wind direction, while Serg simply keeps it on jack stands. The most dedicated method had to be from Schumann, who actually tries to completely disguise his Silvia as another car:
Nervously. Point A to A driving only.
Having a roof made out of fabric doesn’t inspire a lot of confidence, especially when you only have a car port visible from the street available for it, and with the knowledge that its been broken into multiple times according to previous owners.
Thus, it resides under a car cover, with a twist. Ive used cardboard to change the shape to the appearance of a wagon, and not the Silvia that dwells beneath.
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