Push back with additives if winter tries to shove you off the road

Updated Feb 18, 2020

Winter trucking can get frustrating and downright unsafe when you have engine troubles brought on by moisture and the bone-chilling temperatures found across much of the country. Fortunately, there is a long and effective roster of essential additives like those produced by Howes. 

Its Diesel Treat prevents gelling, adds lubricity, safely removes water, and boosts fuel economy. It does all of that without alcohol of solvents. The company adds that Diesel Treat also corrects problems inherent in today’s ULSD fuel, and eliminates smoking and rough idle. Available in 15, 32 and 64-ounce sizes.

If you do find yourself with a temperature-induced emergency, there’s Howes Diesel Lifeline. Fast-acting ad alcohol-free, Lifeline reliquifies gelled fuel, deices frozen fuel filters, re-liquifies gelled fuel and prevents fuel filter icing down to -35 degrees to get you rolling again.

Lifeline requires no mixing or fuel filter changes. Available in 32 and 64-ounce sizes.

A good multipurpose fuel additive can ensure you can truck on when the snows and temperatures fall.

Howes Diesel Defender improves power, performance, and mileage by cleaning injectors, eliminating harmful deposits, preventing coking and providing more complete fuel combustion. It also safely removes water from your truck’s fuel system. Available in 32 and 64-ounce sizes.

Howes products are available at travel centers and auto parts stores across the country. 

Learn more about keeping your truck rolling through winter in the RoadPro Family of Brands Buyers Guide on Overdrive.