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5 Basic Things To Check Before Driving Your Car In Snow

5 Basic Things To Check Before Driving Your Car In Snow

Your car’s fuel level has to be most important thing you should check before driving. The fuel in the car is what keeps the car running. If you want to check the level of the oil you can do it by simply pulling the dipstick out. A daily oil change is recommended for your car and a regular oil check can also prevent oil leaks

The condition of the brakes are often ignored as car owners often wait for a screeching noise to tell them the poor condition of their brakes. Brakes are very crucial for driving in the streets as it can avoid accidents. So brakes should be checked regularly especially before driving.

Pressure of the tires
The pressure of the tires should always be checked before driving since flat tires can put you in very difficult situations in the middle of the roads especially when you are in a hurry. So you can use a tire pressure gauge to check the tire pressure. Fuel efficiency may get tampered if the right level of pressure is not there in the tires. So a regular check up is recommended.

Lights and indicators
Lights and indicators are extremely crucial when you driving on the roads especially at night. It is not only for your safety but also the safety of other cars, as they may take turns or move forward accordingly to the indication given by you. So before driving check the headlights, taillights and indicator lights. You may even get tickets for dysfunctional lights.

Power steering and transmission fluid
Power steering fluid basically controls the car and it helps you to maneuver you car. So without it can get very difficult to drive on the road. Just like oil you can refill it by yourself. Transmission fluid helps to shift the car smoothly on the road which is equally important.


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