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Make a New Year's Resolution to Keep your Car in Good Condition

Posted in General News on Thursday, January 6th, 2022

The car leasing experts at are recommending that motorists make a New Year’s resolution to eradicate any poor driving habits and work to keep their cars in good condition. The company has shared a few tips to help motorists do this, including: 

  • Keeping your car clean. Having a clean car inside and out will improve your happiness when driving.
  • Learning to carry out basic car maintenance and make sure you are up to date with simple vehicle maintenance such as checking fluids.
  • Taking a road trip to enjoy the thrill of driving.
  • Staying calm and focused while driving. The firm is asking people to leave road range behind in 2022. Often taking a deep breath and analysing the situation can help and if you need to find a safe place to pull over and collect yourself can be a good idea. It is also best to remove as many distractions as possible while driving and certainly to avoid checking your mobile phone. Distracted driving is a major cause of traffic accidents

A spokesperson from said: “We really want to encourage motorists to be safer on the roads in 2022 and setting new year's resolutions is a great way for drivers to reach that goal. Simple resolutions such as keeping up with maintenance and stopping bad driving habits can greatly contribute to safe driving and significantly improve road safety for the next year. It is our hope these resolutions will turn into habits and will stick around.”

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Tuesday, January, 25th, 2022

Kindly that easer said that done, 1st most modern vehicle have car light that don't light the road they instead light the whole county up!, 2nd too many driver think speed limit as a goal not a maximum, 3rd disability related unless you uncomfortably restrict your driving between 1000 - 1600 you ain't going to have any toilet stop's - appropriately staffed fuel station and budget friendly/non ablistic town council parking, 4th and finally how can your change your behaviour behind the wheel when likely frequently there some rear