What are you driving for winter if you mind?
Ok, everything in the Toyota family, fine. Was just curious about snow and awd and all this, because "winter car" depends where one lives.
Since your RCF sleeps during the winter months, any special preps method you use to keep things in shape? Tire flat spotting prevention or brake rotor buildup?
Thanks for the insight!Hey man,
Yes, I usually overinflate my PS4S tires up to 42 PSI. I also roll the car out of the stall after a few weeks and drive within the garage. I have the Anti-gravity Lithium Ion lightweight battery so it holds charge very well and it has an internal battery management system to ensure the battery does not drain (and a built in jump-start) so it has never run out of charge even when the car sits for several weeks. Still, I disconnected the battery to make sure it does not have an impact on the battery life. Sta-Bil fuel stabilizer is another good thing to have as it removes moisture from the fuel lines etc. Let me know if that answers your question.
Nice, I thought the general rule of thumb was never wash at the swirlership?
Thanks. I know exactly what you are saying as I have heard those stories. I have been quite happy with what this dealership has been doing for detailing. I always check in the sun to see if there are any swirl marks or imperfections, but usually the gold flakes really come out in the sun after their detailing. They are pretty good from my experience. I am super cautious with my RCF so definitely I will not let any imperfection slide. CheersNice, I thought the general rule of thumb was never wash at the swirlership?