Gain Traction This Winter
When snow starts falling and ice starts forming, you know one thing for sure: your tires better be ready. Even the best, new tires can be no match for thick snow and slick, ice-covered roads. Your tires can lose traction in these road conditions. That’s when you need to consider your options to improve your traction during hazardous winter weather.
Our $50,000 Donation Makes a Difference for Loved Ones of American Heroes
Freedom isn’t free. We’ve heard the stories. Some of us have even experienced the tragedies. And while we never fully move on, we do continue to move. We want to help people continue to move. For the fifth year in a row, TravelCenters of America is honored to announce that we have teamed up with Mobil Delvac to donate $50,000 to Folds of Honor on behalf of our guests as a thank you for your loyalty.
Electrical System Winter
Your electrical system is the heart of your truck. Heading into winter, it requires special attention. Long winter nights and shorter days mean more demanding engine starts and longer usage of the truck’s headlights. Plus, winter exposes your truck to harsh highway chemicals that can corrode electrical connections and cables Dropping temperatures can also cause batteries to resist charge. Electrical system malfunction is one of the most common causes of winter breakdowns.