Monthly Archive:: December 2020

These 5 Hacks could help you in winters!

1. Look for cracks & fix them now Make sure there are no little cracks in your windows or lights on the car. Although they may be small now if a crack freeze then water can freeze

These Prevention inspections of your vehicle can save you time!

1. Timing Belt Inspection: Your timing belt plays a big role in how well your engine functions. It regulates the pistons and camshaft so that crucial components in your engine don’t bang together and cause unnecessary friction.

6 signs your car needs a new battery?

It’s Time for a New Battery : Slow Engine Crank: When you attempt to start the vehicle, the cranking of the engine is sluggish and takes longer than normal to start. The check engine light sometimes appears

How to save your vehicles from Potholes?

If you live in an area with lots of potholes, knowing what you can do to help safely maneuver around them is key. First, you should maintain a safe distance between your vehicle and the car in front of

How to Check Tire pressure? How often should we check?

How to Check Tire Pressure You will need a tire pressure gauge, which you can find at most service stations or auto parts stores. You should check the pressure when the tires are cold, as the friction from

Tire Blowout? What should be my next move?

How to Safely Handle a Tire Blowout If the driver drove straight down his lane and simply allowed the drag of the deflated tire to slow the vehicle to less than 30 mph, he earned a grade of a “B.” This

These 10 things in your vehicle can help you in an emergency!

Duct tape. This versatile pressure-sensitive tape is an absolute must-have for all sorts of jobs – from temporary bodywork repairs to roadside first aid. A hand-crank torch. Not only will it help you determine the problem, but

How dangerous is driving in Fog?

However good your driving, you can’t account for other people’s behaviour. But you can improve your chances of staying safe. First of all, ask yourself “is this journey absolutely essential?” If you’re aware that fog is a

Safety before driving in the rain

Before you set off Ask yourself if the journey is really necessary or whether it might be better to postpone until the worst of the rain has passed. If you do need to go, check your windscreen

Why you should keep your fuel tank full?

Mechanical Issues Fuel is not only used to power your vehicle, but it is also used as a cooling agent to cool down your engine and prevent it from overheating.  If you have just a little gas