Monthly Archive:: September 2020

Driving on Congested roads!

 Get a car that fits Whether you find street parking (when you’re running late, of course) is often a direct function of your car’s size. Even the paid parking lots seem to have spaces only for “compact”

Vehicle Fire Signs and Prevention!

Vehicle Fire Warning Signs The first thing all of your drivers should know if the warning signs of danger. Your vehicles may start showing signs before the fire actually ignites. If they notice any oil or fluid

8 Simple ways to save fuel in vehicles!

1. Accelerate gently Forget ‘pedal to the metal’: slow and relaxed acceleration (to 20 km/h in five seconds) boosts fuel efficiency by 10%. Plus, it’s more dignified. Burning off at the lights makes you look like you’re

Driving after Dark? Here are some life saving tips!

If you’re a learner, or a new driver, it might take you a while to get accustomed to driving at night. These checks and tips will make driving in the dark as safe as possible for you,

How to Jump start a car?

Steps to Jump-Start a Car Park the car you’ll use for jump-starting next to the one with the dead battery, positioned close enough so that the cables will reach. The vehicles should not touch one another. Turn

How to keep your self awake in a long drive?

When you have to keep driving and stopping for the night isn’t an option, you need to find ways to keep those eyelids open so you arrive at your destination safely. That’s not as easy as it

Some basic ideas for new Drivers, which may help them in various situations!

Drive with care every day Being car considerate shouldn’t stop after the break-in. Drive with care every day and your car will reward you with longer intervals without repair. Do not race your car’s engine during start-up. This

Tips for your Vehicle in times of Corona!

1. Keep the battery charged by driving your car once per week Car batteries discharge over time, and the easiest way to prevent a dead battery is to drive your car at regular intervals. But there’s no

Tyre Burst? What should you do first?

In the event that your tyres do burst, it’s human nature to panic. Try by all means to not put yourself and other road users in danger by considering these tips: Put your hazard lights on– your

Some Basics for driving steep roads!

Patience is key here. If you are unsure you’ll find the lane beside you to be empty, no problem. Wait it out and attempt to overtake once you certainly know it’s empty. The overtaking procedure is pretty

f you don’t stop at the scene of an accident or report an accident you’re involved in, it’s a serious offence. It could end with a hefty fine, a driving ban or even prison. If you’re involved

What Does SRS Do?

The dashboards in most cars are filled with an alphabet-soup-like combination of light-up acronyms and symbols like ABS, SRS, TPMS and ESC. What do they all mean? A deep dive into your vehicle’s owner’s manual should answer

Should you be worried about Vehicle engine high Temperature?

Fortunately, most modern vehicles have a gauge that displays a constant temperature reading of the coolant circulating inside the engine, giving the driver an early warning about a problem in the cooling system. For most cars, the