I'd have to agree. Leave the battery disconnected, and you should be fine. Or better yet, remove the battery and put it in your home. The tires will get flat spots, but will disappear within the first couple miles of driving. Make sure you have good somewhat clean oil in it. Depending on how cold it will get, make sure you have at least a half tank of gas, fuel stabilizer wouldn't hurt either. And if you have OnStar active, call them and put your car on winter storage, they will keep the basics on it (theft, etc), drop the rest, and not charge a dime for 6 months (if I remember right).
Tiers will get flat spots but if you place concrete blocks w/wood blocks under
your suspension, its not going to hurt your camaro & lay the tiers on top of
each-other if you like but not needed, as long as they barely touch ground.
Check all of your fluids & top them off, including your fuel, use "Sta-bil" for
your fuel, its a mix / fuel stabilizer for your fuel, one of the best IMO,
I would recommend driving a few miles to get it to mix real well w/the fuel
in the tank & fuel system before storage.
Your Anti freeze should be checked after the first yr & checked each season
regard-less to the owners manual, its better to be safe then sorry, IMO,
use straight anti freeze & not the pre-mixed ones, when filling/topping off
each season, after 3-4yrs its best IMO to test your anti freeze & make sure
the fluid is right to your region / area, (percentage of protection) is critical /
Oh.. if you live in freezing (35deg's or colder) area's I do recommend you
remove your battery and take it in to a area where its warm IMO.
Ohh.. yea.. some people tend to forget to top off the windshield W. fluid
most people will put in water, in the summer & most people will not think,
to use premium fluid for their area, it can freeze, because they forgot.
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