Month: September 2019

How to Master Parallel Parking

Parallel parking is a skill which distinguishes an expert driver from a good driver. While some states don’t test this on their driving exam, in many metropolitan and residential areas, this skill is a must. There are a number of basic rules to keep in mind. First, the cellphone should be well away from the driver. Parallel parking demands complete attention. Next, go slow. Speed is a danger to good car control. Driving slowly ensures the driver has enough time to gauge traffic and distance and to turn the steering wheel the necessary amounts. Finally, relax! A tense driver is a nervous driver and one who makes errors. As the parking space is approached, the driver needs to note whether there is enough room for their car.

A few extra feet are needed in order to maneuver the car properly and safely. Turn on the turn indicator. Drive up next … Read More

Where Are The Best Places in The UK to Drive a Ferrari?

Everyone has dreams that they want to achieve and one dream that many people share is the chance to drive a Ferrari. This is often something that will only occur once or twice a lifetime so when someone gets their chance to drive a Ferrari, they need to make it as rewarding as they possibly can. This means that they need to find a good stretch of road or open space where they can really push the limits when driving the car and realize why so many people would want to drive a Ferrari.

The most common way someone is going to drive a Ferrari is by driving the car on a closed circuit or private space. This gives someone the opportunity to test the car speed and acceleration fully as these areas do not have any speed limits which can severely hamper the UK driving experience. There are usually … Read More

How to Drive After a Hurricane?

Be careful, if the area where your car was park is flooded. Turning on the engine when it is wet can cause serious damage.

Puddles are deceiving. A puddle may seem like a small pool of water, but it could really be a huge pot hole. The puddle may also conceal tire puncturing debris. Avoid puddle if possible.

After a storm, the road is covered with debris. This debris may seem like just sticks and leaves, but debris like nails and glass can be easily hidden under a bunch branches. Avoid any debris if possible. If you drive a significant amount of debris, you should inspect your tires after. It is also a good idea to bring an emergency kit with you. If the tire becomes punctured, you will want to change the tire as soon as possible.

After you drive through a large puddle, your brake might get wet. … Read More

Prevent Manufacture of Counterfeit Automotive Parts

Trendy and comfortable automobiles for families, chic sports cars for the uber-rich, and a whole range of options are available in the automotive market. The models, price range and features are endless. But when parts need to be replaced in these cars how many people are actually buying a genuine product? Over the years there has been a huge increase in counterfeiting in automotive parts and accessories. People browse online auctions to check if they can get good deals at an affordable rate and they are not disappointed thanks to the counterfeiters. This is due to increased demand for new brands of cars that are available today. This has increased the demand for auto accessories and parts and has led to availability of counterfeit parts.

Innocent people die due to the sale of fake auto parts that are inferior in quality. As per the statistics revealed by the International Authentication … Read More

How We Save Money from Car Maintenance

As cars evolve in a need less frequent care, maintenance and replacement costs can also be a big lost in your wallet. But, you can make smart decisions in reducing budget on repairs and replacement. Find out more.

Maintenance can be costly. It is convenient and time consuming to schedule your car on maintenance but if you want to save money, there is a better way. This is by doing the upholding by yourself. There are many tips on saving money from car maintenance. Read more to know them.

Engine oil and filter

Replace the engine oil by yourself at minimum of 4 times year depending on the distance of your daily trip. If you don’t drive often, you can change the oil twice a year. Older cars are advised to change oil every 3000 miles, but manufacturers suggested 5000 miles or even up to 7500 miles between intervals. You … Read More