Check your tire pressure regularly and keep some extra gasoline in your tank.
Thomas Tranguch from "T and F Tire Supply" says every vehicle needs TLC when temperatures are low because the cold weather will affect the performance of your car.
"The most obvious is the starting power of your car. When the weather gets cold, your battery is going to loose some of its' power so if you had a marginal battery, it may not start. That's a major issue. Charge and retest."
Tranguch says you also want to pay attention to your cooling system, which provides heat inside your vehicle.
Because a tire can loose a pound of air pressure with every ten degree drop, check your tire pressure at least once a month.
Finally, little things, like making sure your head lights and windshield wipers are working are also important when driving conditions are not ideal.