|By PR Newswire||
|August 28, 2014 06:00 PM EDT||
KENOSHA, Wis., Aug. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The end of summer is drawing near, and even before the first school bells of fall begin to ring, many Wisconsin families are beginning to imagine themselves embarking on another winter that's been predicted by some to be harsh on par with the previous one. For some families, this requires an assessment of home heating, snow removal apparatus, and appropriate clothing. But for an increasing number of people after last winter, contemplating the one ahead means talking a good long look at the vehicle they drive.
While those with a short or no commute can get by with very little preparation in the way of winter driving, most families need to strongly consider what kind of automobile will best suit their needs throughout the colder months. For those who decide to go for a pre-owned SUV or find a used truck dealer in Kenosha WI, Palmen Motors offers a wide selection of options that are known for capability, safety, and reliability in a variety of weather and driving conditions. The dealership is also available to consult with area families who want to know how to best prepare their current vehicle for winter if a new model is not in the budget. This could include replacing tires with dedicated winter tires, getting fluid levels in check, and a number of other options.
To learn more about the pre-owned vehicles and service specials available now at Palmen Motors of Kenosha, Wis., interested parties may call the sales department at 877-730-5304 or visit the dealership online at www.palmenmotors.com.
Media Contact: Jack Borrisenkov, Palmen Motors, 877-730-5304, [email protected]
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