Bodywerks’ car repairs have been featured in Car Craft and
“Rusty Chevrolet” by Da Yoopers
Fun Winter Facts:
-The largest snowflake measured 15 inches by 8 inches thick!
-The heaviest snowfall was recorded in Colorado. 67 inches of fresh snow in 24 hours. (1921)
-The largest single snowstorm lasted five days and left more that 141.5 feet of snow. (Alaska 1955)
Dear Dawn & Jeff,
We would like to take this moment to offer a truly heart-felt, “thank you” for your continued support. The employees of Bodywerks love what they do and are very thankful for each and every customer that has helped us to grow our business.
Wishing you a joyful and prosperous 2013,
Jeff & Dawn Weitzel
Winter Traveling Tips
Are you traveling “over the river and through the woods” during the winter months? Check out the following tips to keep you safe and sound.
* When driving long distances, make sure that someone knows where you are traveling to, and the expected arrival time at your destination.
* Carry an emergency kit in your vehicle: a blanket, extra boots and gloves, an extra set of warm clothes, water and food (including hard candies), an ice scraper, a small shovel, a flashlight, windshield washer fluid, jumper cables, a tool kit, tire gauge, a spare tire with air in it, tire-changing equipment, a first-aid kit, paper towels, and a bag of abrasive material such as sand/salt/non-clumping kitty litter (this can provide additional traction if a tire gets stuck in the snow).
* Have plenty of fuel in your tank so that your vehicle’s gas line(s) don’t freeze. In addition, if you end up stuck in the snow, you’ll have enough gas to keep your lights and heater on until help arrives.
* Tires must be properly inflated to ensure the best possible traction for your vehicle. Traction is often severely jeopardized in wet, snowy or icy conditions. Better yet, invest in some good tires!
We hope you found these tips to be helpful. Please drive safely and enjoy the festivities of bringing in the new year!