Tag: DrivingTips

Mar 07, 2018
Common Automatic Transmission Driving Mistakes

At Milta Technology, we are specialists in automatic gearbox repairs. We see many different gearbox issues. Some damaged gearboxes come from poor replacement work done previously, some are due to manufacturing errors, and some gearbox faults are a result of wear and tear. As an automatic gearbox replacement can be a hugely inconvenient expense for […]

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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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Oct 14, 2017
Spring Surprises on the Roads After Winter.

The weather sometimes is tricky and doesn’t let immediately enjoy spring. However, spring is an awakening with new life and problems. Cyclists and motorcyclists start their season that means new road users. Residential and school areas fill with children who enjoy the warm weather. Last but not least are potholes.

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Oct 13, 2017
What Lays Under ‘ADAS’?

ADAS is the next generation of automotive safety devices or advanced driver assist systems. These devices would help to avoid getting into an accident. You may know silent, old helpers as anti-lock brakes or traction control. More advanced and visible ones are blind spot monitoring, adaptive cruise control, pedestrian detection warning, driver drowsiness detection, etc.

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May 30, 2017
Speeding Rules May Increase Car Insurance

Not only have speeding penalties increased since the end of April, but the second price to pay for those changes is a car insurance increase. UK drivers who receive speeding points will face additional expenses for insurance premiums. Six points will lead to almost a 76% increase in insurance premiums.

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May 28, 2017
Chauffeur Profession for Driving Enthusiasts

Nowadays, there are still chauffeurs on UK roads. Today, a recognisable wardrobe is no longer needed; discretion is essential. These drivers need to be precise and think of all the risks, as they often have high-class clients. They have special rules for a car and driving that are required to be taking into account.

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