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Hints & Tips

First Aid

It’s good policy to keep a first aid kit in your car in case of emergencies.

Driving With ABS

When driving with ABS, there is no need to pump the brake pedal as holding down the pedal firmly will automatically perform the pulsating action.

Signs of Traction Loss

Sudden silence while driving can indicate a loss of traction. Paying close attention to the sound of your tires can warn you that you are on ice.

Roof Racks

The maximum suggested weight for roof racks can be found within the Owner’s Manual of your vehicle. This includes the weight of the rack itself.

Maintain Speed

You can save fuel by maintaining a constant speed while traveling. Cruise control can be useful for this purpose.

Bald Tires

When checking your tire wear, keep in mind a tread depth of less than 1.6mm is considered bald by many legal authorities.

Engine Coolant

Engine coolant breaks down with age, causing degradation to the cooling system of the engine. Changing aging cooling thus prevents engine decay.

Oil Filter

It is advised to change your oil filter every 5000km with urban driving. View your Owner’s Manual or consult your automotive specialist for more specific information.

Wiper Blades

It is advised to change your wiper blades as they begin to streak.

Tire Pressure

The proper tire pressure for a vehicle can often be found on the inside of the glove box, on the driver’s side door post or on the fuel filler door. Alternatively, you can find this information in the Owner’s Manual of your car.

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Did You Know?

Carry a pen, paper and disposable camera in your car for documentation should an accident occur. Make sure you get a police report and the insurance information for all parties involved.


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