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Snow tires are always a good idea, and they should never be smaller than 1/16 inch in diameter. In cold weather, tire air pressure lowers. Allow your automobile to warm up for a few minutes before getting behind the wheel to allow the oil to circulate. Warm the key with a match or lighter if your lock ever freezes. Keep your car in the garage at all times to prevent your doors from becoming frozen shut. If you don’t have a garage, rub petroleum jelly on the door hinges and latches. Pouring hot water on your automobile could cause it to freeze and perhaps crack the windshield. Check your oil and make sure everything is in working order. Maintain a full gas tank at all times. Carry a snow shovel, ice scraper, jumper cables, flashlight, blanket, kitty litter or sand (which can help you escape if you become trapped; this is a great idea for automobiles lacking front-wheel drive), tire plugs, and a container of tire inflator in your car.