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Must know tips to maintain your car touch screen

19th December 2021
"If your car has a touchscreen, you have probably encountered some issues with the screen getting smudged and smeared."

If your car has a touchscreen, you have probably encountered some issues with the screen getting smudged and smeared. While you could just leave it that way to get worse and harder to look at, you could also maintain it yourself.

Here we have listed some tips to maintain your car touchscreen:

Don't press with too much pressure

When using your car’s infotainment system, make sure that you don’t too much pressure when pressing the options presented.

A light and gentle tap should be enough. The screens are responsive, so there’s no need to be using your fingernail and pressing heavily with your fingers.

Using microfiber to clean it

The best way to clean your screen is by using microfiber. Microfiber cloth is an essential part of cleaning a car, so make sure you have a handful.

Clean microfiber is soft enough not to scratch the screen, so use it instead of other cloth types.

Don’t start wiping right away; blow the dust off the touchscreen first so you don’t drag it across the screen.

Clean while it is off

Before cleaning your touchscreen device, turn it off and disconnect it from the wall outlet.

If your touchscreen device is turned on when you clean it, it could sustain permanent damage. Alternatively, it could even shock you.

Use non-alcohol based cleaners

Although it may sound like an effective cleaning solution, rubbing alcohol — as well as other harsh cleaning chemicals — shouldn’t be used on touchscreen devices.

The problem with rubbing alcohol and other harsh cleaning chemicals is they strip away the coating of touchscreen devices.

Never use paper towels or facial tissues

It may be convenient, but never use paper towels or even facial tissues to wipe clean the screens of your infotainment system.

These materials can be pretty aggressive and can cause some light to serious scratching.

It also doesn’t clean the surface effectively and will be left with more lint than ever.

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Maintenance tips for an old car

19th November 2021
"Treating your old car well with proper maintenance will lead to rewarding long-term ownership, saving you the expense of buying a new vehicle sooner than necessary."

There are many benefits to maintaining your old car. Treating it well with proper maintenance will lead to rewarding long-term ownership, saving you the expense of buying a new vehicle sooner than necessary. Here, we’ll go over the steps to care for an older car:

Fluids and filters should be changed regularly

People may know the need to change the oil as well as the filter as regularly as possible. This is one of the best ways you can keep the engine running smoothly and efficiently.

However, other fluids have to be changed regularly too. Air filters should also be changed regularly as they increase the efficiency of the engine.

You can probably go 2-3 oil changes until you have to change your air filter. Other fluids that should be checked and changed regularly are brake fluids, windshield fluid, transmission fluids, and so on.

Regularly inflate the tires

Your car tires are supposed to be taken care of as regularly as possible. You need to inflate the tires and ensure that the pressure is right all the time.

Missing this step is a sure way to run into losses in terms of lower mileage for your gas, wear on parts based on suspension, and so on.

You should always ensure that the tires are roadworthy and have proper threading. Taking care of your tires, like most old car maintenance tips, is also good for your bank account because it makes your car more fuel-efficient and you spend less on gas.

Keep your car clean

It is also advisable that you should keep your car clean all the time. This will prevent rust on the body.

You also want to drive in a clean vehicle that offers you’re the comfort that you require while on the road.

This is also a good way to keep the resale value of the vehicle high.

Check your driving style

To take care of and maintenance of an old car also includes driving it properly.

Over time, a pattern of surging and then abruptly slamming on the brakes, or taking needlessly sharp turns, takes its toll on your suspension and drivetrain components.

If you want your car to last and also want to avoid an accident, drive gently and safely.

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Five tips to take care of your motorbike tires

7th December 2021
"It is important to pay attention to the tires of your motorcycle since these are the parts that ensure the speed, stability, and smooth running of your bike."

If you own a motorcycle, then maintaining it is an important aspect of it. It is vital to pay attention to the tires of your motorcycle since these are the parts that ensure the speed, stability, and smooth running of your bike.

Therefore, you need to be attentive about their condition, and here are some tire care and maintenance tips that you can follow during everyday driving and before heading on long road trips:

Check Tire Pressure

Maintaining the pressure of your motorcycle tires is primary. Too little air pressure can lead your tires to deflate and the sides can get worn out easily.

Similarly, greater air pressure can overinflate your tires where the middle portion is prone to damage.

Hence, maintaining optimum pressure for your tires is essential to prevent the frequent replacement of tires and to maintain your safety while traveling as well.

Rotate Your Tires

Tire rotation helps in reducing uneven wear and tear. It increases the longevity of your tires and offers a smoother and safer ride.

Front wheels are more prone to damage than rear wheels and you should frequently change them for better performance.

Find out whether your tires are directional or non-directional and refer to the instructions in your motorcycle manual to rotate them properly.

Minimize Sudden Braking

Sudden braking reduces the lifetime of your tires, as sudden acceleration contributes to faster wear of the same.

Motorcycle tires are not generally designed for power slides or burnouts and you should avoid performing stunts or gimmicks frequently.

It puts excessive strain on your tires and reduces longevity more rapidly.

Wash Regularly

Wash the bike’s tires regularly and do not leave the task for when you plan to service the bike.

Washing is especially necessary after long road trips. Those muddy paths can take a toll on the bike’s tires.

If not washed properly, the bike’s tires can skid on the road due to the accumulated dirt.

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