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Car Care Tips
  • Be sure to keep your tires properly inflated, as a decrease in air levels increases tire wear and could increase fuel consumption by up to 15% !
  • Measure tires pressure only during the early morning or the evening, particularly during summer for the most accurate reading. Never measure tires after long drives, as the driving may lead to friction which in turn heats the air in the tires; ultimately giving you an incorrect reading of the air pressure in the tires.
  • Never fill up you car with gas when an oil tanker is off loading/delivering the fuel to the station; as in this situation, fuel levels in the station’s reservoirs are very low meaning that you are filling up with fuel from the bottom of the reservoirs which is usually full of dirt and impurities. It is usually recommended to wait for at least an hour after for the fuel to settle.
  • It is recommended that the fuel level always be maintained at above the middle marker in order to avoid vapors condensing inside the tank reaching the engine. This also serves to prevent impurities that are in the gas tank from reaching the engine, which could cause the car to stall or not run properly.
  • Do not fill the fuel tank after the fuel pump stops automatically, as any extra fuel will leak from the tank and will be wasted.
  • Always try and park your car in the shade during summer, as the heat increases the rate of evaporation of fuel; effectively increasing your fuel expenditure.
  • Do not place too many keys or heavy objects into your car medallion, as the weight combined with everyday bumps on the road lead to eroding the ignition switch which could cause trouble starting or opening the car.
  • Turn on the air conditioning several times during winter to maintain the functioning of the moving parts in the compressor and to prevent gas leaks.
  • Have your car battery regularly inspected for residues on the battery that may lead to electric current loss thus shortening the lifespan of the battery. To remove any residues, simply disconnect both poles starting with the negative( - ). Using a copper brush and a little bit of sodium bicarbonate and water, clean and rub the poles, and then reconnect them starting with the positive ( + ). Put some grease on the poles and the connected screws.
  • Visit a specialized inspection and diagnostics center (Tech Check) routinely to check on the condition of your car. It is also recommended that you conduct such an inspection prior to visiting the mechanic in order to save needless costs of unnecessary repairs and parts.



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