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Child car safety tips

17th December 2021
"Whether you are out on a school run, completing errands, or taking a road trip, ensuring your children’s safety in and around vehicles is essential."

Whether you are out on a school run, completing chores, or taking a road trip, ensuring your children’s safety in and around vehicles is essential.

To keep your family safe on the road here are some child car safety tips which might be helpful for you and your family:

Activate the Child Safety Locks

Always activate the child safety locks on the doors and windows to prevent children from opening them while the car is moving.

This prevents children from getting injured or in different types of hazardous situations.

Children can unintentionally trigger a power window, pinning hands, arms, fingers, or even their heads, leading to harm.

So, it’s always best to have complete control over windows and doors in the driver’s hands.

Avoid Letting Kids Eat in the Car

While it seems unavoidable that snack time will coincide with a car trip at some point in your life, giving children food in the car can be dangerous.

For instance, if a child were to begin to choke on a piece of food after a particularly bumpy stretch of road, you may not notice right away and certainly would not be able to react immediately.

Try providing snacks before getting in the car and then offer toys for entertainment and distraction instead of relying on food.

Have Proper Child Restraints & Car Seats

Correctly fitting child restraints and car seats or boosters are essential for keeping your children safe on any car journey.

Ensure that you are using the proper sized seat for your child’s age, height, and weight and that the unit is secured to the vehicle’s seat correctly.

Because every car seat’s model is different, make sure you consult the manufacturer’s handbook and guidelines for your specific car type and check the installation regularly.

Don’t Let Kids Play Around Parked Cars

Children shouldn’t be allowed to play around parked cars, even if they are locked.

It creates a false sense of security, and if a vehicle’s parking brakes ever malfunction, your child would be in great danger.

It’s also good to instill safe car habits early on, as parked cars and a vehicle about to back up would look very similar to a child.

Ensure Safe Sleeping Positions

Though it may not seem crucial, always ensure your children are sleeping in safe positions when in the car.

Keep the child harness or seat belt secure even as they sleep, and ensure they are using the headrests attached to high-back boosters, car seats, or the vehicle’s seat.

Using headrests for neck support prevents the child’s head from falling towards their chest, jeopardizing their airways, and causing harm in an accident.

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Tips For First Time Car Buyers | New Or Used

22nd August 2020
"Buy the car you want, Drive the road you want"

Big congratulations as a first-timer on buying your new car because after having stable roof to live under you are going for your own car. There are many questions one must have while thinking of buying their first car because it is a special one and you don’t want to mess it. There are many factors you have to look upon to make a final decision such as your budget, preference in size, design, brand, performance, depreciation value, maintenance and many more. So to give a little insight into helping you to decide whether to buy a brand new car or a well valued second-hand car here are some key points to consider.




It is the most important point to consider because being a first timer in buying car we know the budget is limited and we have to look after the expenses like fuel, maintenance, tax, insurance, instalments and many more that come with the car in future. So if you are a learner in driving a car and you want to own a car it is better you go for a used car because you won’t be able to fully utilize the car for what you have paid. It will take time for you to be a smooth driver and go for a long confident drive so buying a brand new car will be a full-on waste of your money and the car itself because you may cause damage to the car in the learning process which will depreciate the value of car faster than it should have been. The best way to save money is to buy used. A new car loses almost half its value in the first five years, so go for one that’s a few years old yet still has contemporary safety features and many useful years ahead of it. Buying used also means a nicer car in your budget.


Set the priority first


Before buying cars we have already determined on our affordability then the second thing is setting your priority what are the actual things you want in your car. For that list out the cars that you like and list out the features, you want in your first dream car. You should always resist buying a sporty or luxury car as a first timer with a limited budget so looking for a high-horsepower car or one with the latest high-tech features isn’t practical at the moment.  To reduce the risk of buying a car with never-ending problems, identify models with a good reliability record. Check Reviews Nepal for insights that can point you to cars that hold up well over time where you can compare all the features of the car.


Inspection and Test drive


After you have decided on the decision of going for new or used car with the brand and model of the car which suits you as a first-time buyer, you should go online to read reviews of cars. Pay most attention to areas you’re most concerned about (fuel consumption rate, reliability, maintenance service) and compare the writer’s perspective with your preferences. For instance, complaints about seat comfort or ride quality can be checked out during your test drive. Your opinions might be different.

New cars are presumed to be a matter of prestige. On the other hand, each used car has led a unique life. Some may have been pampered, others abused. The best-used cars tend to be owned by a trusted friend or family member who can share details of the car's history. When looking for a used vehicle, make sure there's a car-savvy advisor you know. Carefully look the car over inside and out, top to bottom. New or used, always inspect it during daylight hours, when you can spot paint flaws that might indicate repairs or other troubles. For any used car, it's important to have it inspected by the company’s authorized workshop or any trusted certified professional mechanic. They will charge for the service, but it can be money well-spent considering how much more it might save you in the long run.

To buy a pre-owned car one can directly visit a different company authorized dealers like Ford Assured, Sipradi Assured. Guided by experts and assured on quality, Ford assured is a nuisance-free platform that allows customers to Buy, sell, exchange pre-owned vehicles in a convenient manner. This company authorized dealer assures the quality is met and customers are also provided with a warranty on pre-owned cars. Like Ford Assured, Sipradi Assured also deals with the pre-owned cars, with assured choice, price, quality and warranty on used cars. One can easily contact these assured dealers for a fair value of pre-owned cars.

At the end, it is your decision what you want


Looking after all the key points like budget, performance, preference, brands, models, reviews and all the advice, you are the one who is going to ride the car. If you are a good driver and can handle the car well you can go for a brand new car because you can fully utilize the car before it hits the big share of depreciation within 4-5 years but if you are buying car for the first time as an armature driver, a used car will be a better option for all the hit and trial you will go through 3-4 years of your improving driving skills. And you will get a fair value of resale of the used car than the resale value of the brand new car.


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Dos and Don'ts for Leather Interior of Your Car

17th December 2021
"The leather interior is always the first priority of many people as it truly elevates the car’s interior."

The leather interior is always the first priority of many people as it truly elevates the car’s interior.

Likewise, leather is quite strong and will serve you well if properly cared for. If you have never given a thought to your leather auto seats here are a few tips you can go through.

Today in this article we will be talking about some dos and don't for your leather interior. 


Consult your owner’s manual

Always consult your owner’s manual to see if there are any special guidelines for your leather seats. 

Use cleaners and conditioners designed specifically for leather

Always make sure you use cleaners and conditioners designed specifically for leather or you go with the natural cleaner available in your home or even at the market.

You can also make your own with olive oil and vinegar, or Castile soap and warm water.

Vacuum the seats first

The first and foremost thing you always need to do is vacuum your seats as they expel particles of dirt.

Moreover, this ensures dirt, sand, and loose grime won’t scratch or rub into your seats as you clean.

If the grit is left on the seats, it may scratch the leather when you wipe them down.

Clean up spills quickly

Always Clean up spills quickly to reduce the chance of staining in your leather.


Don't guess the quality of the leather

Don’t guess if you’re not the original owner. When in doubt, ask your dealer or the original owner about the type of leather and if it has been re-dyed.

Moreover, don’t guess what kind of leather it is, and don’t spray anything directly on seats, especially perforated leather.

Don't use a Cleaner with Petroleum/silicone

Don’t use cheap cleaners and conditioners that contain petroleum or waxes as they can cause product build-up and dull your leather’s finish. Also, don’t let the cleaner dry on the leather.

Moreover, don’t let the wet solution dry on the seats. Always, make sure you massage it with your cloth until it has been absorbed.

Don't Scrub

Don’t use hard bristles for deep cleaning. Always choose a soft-bristled toothbrush or a specifically-made car cleaning brush.

Don't soak a cloth

Don’t soak your cloth with a cleaning solution. Too much liquid can damage the seat or, if you have perforated leather, soak through and breed mildew or mold.

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