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What's In-Between Manual And Automatic? - Manual transmission cars give drivers complete control over the gears, but there is the hassle of having to coordinate the clutch with gear change. Automatic cars, on the other hand, are a dream to drive, but drivers have no choice over the pre...

Keep Your Car Cool - It is important for the cooling system to work well so that the engine won't overhead and be damaged. Parts Of The Cooling SystemMost cars have liquid-cooled engines. That means a fluid flows through hoses and pipes in the engine to dissip...

Prevent Injury From Projectiles - Leaving all sorts of stuff all over the seats, dashboard and floorboards of your car is not only untidy but could be dangerous too. This is especially so if the items loose in the car may stay quietly where they are, or at most roll about a lit...

Prevent Motor Vehicle Theft - Don't Fall Victim To Car Thieves You read stories of dramatic car thefts in the newspapers, and sigh in relief that it has never happened to you. But don't be lulled into a false sense of security. It could happen to anyone. What You ...

Secure Pets In Moving Vehicles - Whenever you have to transport an animal in your car, keep it secured in a carrier, or under control by a back-seat passenger. Small pets should never be allowed loose in the vehicle as they can easily slip into inaccessible nooks or crannies. ...

Staying Awake At The Wheel - Tired after a long day's work? Bored during a long, dull drive? Making your way home after a late night out on the town? Beware of falling asleep at the wheel. Slipping into unconsciousness for just half a second while driving can have devastat...

What Is Handling My Car? - You may have come across the term "car handling", especially in vehicle reviews. But do you know what it means? Car handling is a description of the way wheeled vehicles perform transverse to their direction of motion, particularly du...

Engine Oil Changes - Engine oil lubricates the moving parts of the engine, reducing wear and tear. It helps keep the engine cool by dispersing heat that arises from the friction of moving parts. It also keeps dirt and deposits away from the engine, absorbing dust...

How To Change A Flat Tyre - Park The Car In A Safe Place If your tyre gets punctured while you are driving, turn on the hazard lights and slowly move your car to the side of the road where it is safe to change the tyre. Try to park the car on level ground. Set up the...

Motorbikes, Scooter And Other Vehicles - When users of different types of vehicles have to share the road, tolerance and understanding is needed on all sides. If you are a driver, do not chase or bully bikers and scooterists out of the lane and into the space between lanes. So long as...

Your Car's Cooling System - The car engine's cooling system removes excess heat from the engine, keeps the engine operating at most efficient temperatures, and allows it to reach its optimum temperature in the shortest time possible. It is Important for the cooling system...

Sunscreen Behind The Windscreen - People who do a fair bit of driving in the afternoons, or who have just started driving after obtaining their licences, often notice that their right arms are getting more tanned than their left ones! This is because glass alone does not protec...

Waxing Tips - Always wash and dry your car before waxing it. The paintwork must be clean and free of dust and dirt. Wax your car in the shade. Read the instructions on the wax product you are using to avoid making mistakes. Some brands wo...

Down At The Showroom: Buying A New Car - As you make your rounds at car showrooms, don't be too caught up by flashy paint jobs and free gifts. Take your time and pay attention to small details. If you have other drivers in the family, bring them along as they could spot things you may...

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