My friend's '01 Toyota Celica has been sitting in her college parking lot untouched for the past three and a half months. She let a friend borrow it and he dinged the wheel but denied it, so she didn't have any claim against him. Anyway, she said it was drive-able but only at very low speeds since it causes the steering wheel to shake and is hard to steer. She has not used the car at all in the past 3.5 months, has not gone out to start it up, move it, or anything. It's been through snowstorms, rain, and freezing temperatures. She's hoping to get it fixed soon (got tied up and wasn't able to get it repaired til now). I'm going to try to help her out. What kind of damage should one expect from leaving a car out for 3.5 months in winter weather without touching it the entire time? What should we do for the vehicle before taking it down to the shop? (Assuming it's even able to be driven, worst comes to worst it can be towed). I'm thinking all four tires will probably need replacement because of tire rot/pressure spots, battery will probably be dead and need to be charged. Also the possibility of critters getting under the hood and into the HVAC system, and chewing up wires and harnesses. Anything else? What is a good starting place to get this car back in shape?