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How To Prepare Your Vehicle For Emergencies

How To Prepare Your Vehicle For Emergencies

Photo by ardito Ryan Harrisna on Unsplash   Accidents and breakdowns can happen to anyone. There is no course of action that is 100% certain to avoid these events, outside of refusing to drive an automobile. If you drive regularly, sooner or later, it is statistically probable that you will either have a breakdown or become involved in an accident.   The worst part about dealing with emergency situations that happen unexpectedly is not being able to predict when they will happen. However, always staying prepared is a good idea to make sure that you are ready to deal with whatever situation comes your way.    Here are a few things you can keep in handy to prepare your vehicle for an emergency situation: First-Aid kit - these can be purchased from office supply places. It’s not a bad idea to supplement it with a trip to ... read more

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How to Make Your Windshield Wipers Last

How to Make Your Windshield Wipers Last

Windshield wipers are such a crucial part of our cars that they ensure our safety by helping us see through rain, snow, or fog when we drive. However, wipers can be very annoying if they aren't doing their job well. You'll need to stay on top of when they need to be replaced. Some symptoms of aging or failing wipers include skipping, streaking, and squeaking. Ultimately, they will end up impairing your perception of the road. According to manufacturers, you should replace your windshield wipers every six months to a year. However, they can also become impaired if not taken care of properly. To help extend the life of your windshield wipers, follow these tips: Clean your windshield! Cleaning your windscreen will minimize the amount of dirt and debris that sticks to your wiper blades.  Wipe down your wipers. As you continually use them, your wipers blades collect dust and dirt. You can wash the rubber blades to help them stay in good condition. Use a rubber protectant. On ... read more