Category: Driving Tip

Nov 26, 2017
How To Drive Your Automatic Car Safely In Winter?

With frosty mornings, icy patches and the potential for driving through snow, winter driving is hazardous. Winter weather can be difficult for your car and safely driving your automatic vehicle through these conditions can be challenging to master. It is always best to avoid driving at all in harsh wintry conditions, not for your own […]

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Nov 22, 2017
Avoid using AC at low speeds.

While it is much better for the fuel efficiency to turn on the air conditioning instead of opening a window while driving very fast on the motorway, it is usually not the case when travelling at a slower pace. The reason for this is that at high speed the air turbulence caused by opened window […]

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Nov 18, 2017
Inspire others by how you drive.

Whenever you see that other drivers behave in a way that frustrates you, instead of behaving similarly as revenge, try to think if your behaviour on the road couldn’t be bothersome for others. Very often we judge others very quickly, but we don’t see that we make comparable mistakes. And people have the tendency to […]

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Nov 16, 2017
Leave for vacation early to avoid traffic jams.

If you plan to travel by car for your vacation to a popular destination, you should always aim at leaving either early in the morning or even to travel during the night. This way you can avoid the heavy traffic and save a lot of your precious holiday time. Even if you go to a […]

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Nov 06, 2017
Don’t floor a new car.

If you have a new car, you should not push the throttle pedal to maximum for the first couple of hundred kilometres. Using full throttle may be dangerous for your engine when the metal parts are brand new without having a chance to adjust the possible imperfections. For specific instructions always refer to your vehicle’s […]

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Oct 29, 2017
Expect Traffic Jams to Minimise the Stress.

If you often drive in places where the traffic is high, and it gets your nerves, you should take some countermeasures to avoid too much stress. As you probably know, it is far better to avoid the stress altogether rather than just dealing with it when it appears. There are many ways to find a […]

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Oct 26, 2017
Distracted Driving is Inevitable.

Mobile phones are one of the biggest distraction for experienced and amateur drivers. A lot of companies now offer technologies that limit phone usage while driving. They can choose from temporary blocking devices of calls or messages until apps that are connected to the car and allow phone usage only through Bluetooth.

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Oct 23, 2017
‘Smart’ Car is a Valuable Help for Older Drivers.

With ‘Smart’ cars becoming more popular, the increase of older drivers has also become noticeable. Age comes accompanied with health problems that could influence driving. However, today car’s smart features allow anyone to drive more comfortably and more safely. Many manufacturers have specific models with different functions for everyone’s driving experience.

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Oct 21, 2017
Speed Display as a Driver’s best friend.

Every driver once in life has encountered speed display. Mostly they are stationed near low-speed limit zones. Drivers may have seen them with numbers, symbols, colours or flashing lights symbolising driving behaviour. Statistics show that nine out of ten drivers will slow down while passing by speed display.

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Oct 15, 2017
Cars and Cyclists Make a Big Friendly Family.

Devoted to nature two wheels transportation enthusiasts, such as cyclists, have become more popular in the UK, especially in London. Drivers need to remember that they can appear from nowhere on the road. Give additional room for their and your safety. Maybe tomorrow you will change places with them.

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