car maintenance Tag

The arrival of autumn is increasingly evident. Rains, dry leaves and wind can compromise the state not only of the roads, so we all have to take care of our driving in the fall , but also affect our cars , especially the body. In order to protect your car from the weather , here are five simple tips, which come from the hand of Certified First, which will improve and maintain the appearance of your car: 1.Humidity 2.Dry leaves 3.parking 4.Rain 5.Cleaning
There are many vehicles with a few years behind them, either because of their production, their benefits or for other reasons ... makes them interesting and that at this moment their price has dropped and most common mortals can afford. Maybe in their day they cost too much and you could not make the one you liked, so we show you 8 of those interesting future classics that now you can afford to buy them.
The clutch or clutch is an essential part of the manual cars so it is very important to give it the correct use and thus avoid a breakdown. The bad habits with which they end up causing a wear of the mechanism.
Things (and couples) will last longer if you take care of them and treat them well. And cars are not the exception that confirms the rule, far from it. It may be that carelessness, or not paying attention to how certain components work, may seem like a trivial matter, but it is not at all. Something that seems harmless can become, over time, a real problem. We are not referring only to the fact that these behaviors that we are going to disaggregate you next suppose an expense of the car and that you lose money, that too. Many of these habits can affect systems and, in the long run, endanger your own safety. Knowing them is the first step in knowing how to correct them. So you know, read and stop doing these ten harmful habits if you want your car to last longer: 1.Delay maintenance 2.Ignore board warning lights 3.Go to clean the car 4.Conduct aggressive driving 5.Driving too quiet 6.Start the car as if there were no tomorrow 7.Abuse the clutch and lean on the shift lever 8.Using the brakes too or not doing it 9.Move the steering with the car stopped 10.Driving with the car in reserve