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Signs Of A Dead Car Battery 

4th February 2022
"When a battery is going to die, it normally gives us a few warning signs so you can get a replacement before you're stranded."

When a battery is going to die, it normally gives us a few warning signs so you can get a replacement before you're stranded.

There are a few warning signals that your vehicle's battery is on its way out (or has failed).

No Headlights Or Dim Headlights

If your headlights don't turn on at all, your car battery is most likely dead. If your car battery is failing, it’s not going to be able to fully power your vehicle’s electrical components – including your headlights.

If you notice that your headlights seem dim and weaker than usual, take note! Not only is the reduced light a safety issue.

Clicking sound when you start

When you turn the key in the ignition, your car battery sends a current to a component called the starting solenoid, which starts the engine. This function will be more difficult for a dying battery, and the electrical current provided to the starter will be weaker.

The clicking noise you're experiencing is caused by the starter receiving insufficient or diminished power from the battery.

Sluggish Cranking Times

Because battery performance is reduced in cold weather, it's typical for your engine to take longer to start.

If the temperature hasn't dropped and your engine still stutters before turning over, you may have a weak battery, a broken alternator, or a problem with the starter.

The Engine Starts But Then Dies Immediately

A car may start, but instead of idling, the engine promptly shuts down.

The battery's charge may be sufficient to turn the engine over in this instance.

The battery, on the other hand, fails, disrupting the signals supplied to the engine control module (ECM), and as a result, the engine dies.

No Door Chime Or Dome Lights

When you open the vehicle door, the door lights usually switch on.

Similarly, when the key is inserted into the ignition, a chime is frequently heard.

A dead car battery is a common issue when things don't perform as they should.

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Top Ten Car Accessories

21st September 2019
"You will need these accessories as soon you buy a new car."

The following is the list of Car Accessories that we found best for the Nepali Market. 


1) Bluetooth Receiver

Most of the latest cars include inbuilt Bluetooth, but if your car is still living in the past, this little gadget can bring it back to the present. As it's powered by a rechargeable battery, you don't need to worry about a constant power source -the battery lasts about a week for normal usage. Simply plug the device into an aux port, make sure your media player is in aux mode and connect your device. It also contains a microphone to enable you to answer phone calls on the go. Enjoy wireless music and handsfree phone call service with this purchase.

2) Key Finder

Do you struggle to find your keys or wallet, especially when you are in a hurry? Well, worry no more! With this device, you no longer need to waste time trying to find your precious items. Simply attach the receivers into any four items, and when you need to find them, use the transmitter to hear them beep and blink. Transmitting distance is up to 40 meters. Although it feels a little cheap to the touch, it does its job, making sure you don't lose your valuables.

3) Trash Can

Knowing Nepalese people, when we typically have trash in the car it’s most probably going to be thrown out of the window or into the depths of the edge of your car seat. This product is a must-buy for every car owner as it keeps not only your car clean but the very roads you use daily. The bin can be conveniently hooked at the side of your door or the backside of your seat without taking up much space and can hold about 2-3 days worth of trash.

4) Back Seat Organizer

If you are always on the go and can't stand a mess, this product will organize the plethora of items cluttering your car. With hooks to hang onto the seat (compatible with any car), this product will allow you to store items such as umbrellas and tissues, and it even has a large compartment for emergency clothes. It can hold your tablets and phones, whilst protecting your back seat from scratches and spills. If you need a little more organization in your car we highly recommend this product.



5) Phone mount

Imagine driving around a busy road and hearing your phone ring in your pocket. Fumbling for your phone is a highly inconvenient and dangerous task whilst attempting to swerve through the chaotic city traffic. By attaching this phone mount onto the dashboard, you can at all times have easy access to your phone. Additionally, if you are unfamiliar with a particular destination, you can use popular maps services such as the one provided by Google to guide you and have easy access to your phone at all times.      


6) Mirror Holder HD Video Screen

There’s a big windshield for us to see through the front. But the procedure to back is always a headache with the two side and one center mirror. This is a product that fixes a screen on your central mirror and connects it to the camera drilled in the back of your car. It reduces our efforts of turning back again and again by simply putting the video of the rear end in the front screen. It also supports motion detection and gives you signals right away when you are about to hit a wall or if somebody comes towards the car.



7) Air Freshner

Smell is associated with attraction. You might have a shiny car and clean seat but it wouldn’t be enough unless it smells nice. The car parked under the hard sun tends to have a pungent smell with the heating of leather covers of the seat. A good air freshener would be a golden investment for your car. It will only look classy if it smells classy.


Owning a car is fine but protecting it from dust and dirt is a tedious thing to do. Plus, the sun fades the color of the car and makes it look older than it actually is. The birds who play target practice with your car and the caterpillars strolling around might be a part of nature, but not for your car. Cover your car with it and early in the morning, you wouldn’t have to deal with problems nature might cause for your car.


9) Tire Inflator

Imagine going on a long trip, far away on your four wheels. The weather is so pleasant and the song in your stereo complements it. But when a tire gets deflated, you can do nothing about it. Consider buying a tire inflator to get back on the track again. The car tires can’t be inflated with your mouth just like the balloons, plan ahead for your next road trip.


10) USB car phone charger

USB car phone chargers are the supplementary boon to the humankind and you can keep it on your car accessories list as it is one of the most used tool and in a budget. You can now unlimitedly listen to songs connecting your phone to the Bluetooth stereo, watch a movie and if the battery gets drained, there is a charger connecting directly to your car’s battery.





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Compiled by : Biplav Gachhadar Biplav Gachhadar

Fuel-efficient Driving Techniques For Car

2nd February 2022
"Driving more fuel-efficiently can save you cash each year, increase road safety, and extend the life of your car."

Driving more fuel-efficiently can save you cash each year, increase road safety, and extend the life of your car.

Reduce your vehicle's fuel usage by using these fuel-efficient driving techniques.

Accelerate gently

The harder you accelerate the more fuel you use. In the city, you may save fuel costs by slowly easing onto the accelerator pedal.

Take 5 seconds to accelerate your vehicle up to 20 km/h from a standstill to be as fuel-efficient as possible. Consider a dashboard with an open cup of coffee. Don't let it out!

Avoid idling your vehicle

Unless you're stuck in traffic, turn off your engine if you're stationary for more than 60 seconds.

Every 10 minutes, the average vehicle with a 3-liter engine wastes 300 milliliters (almost 1 cup) of fuel.

Use a manual transmission properly

Keep an eye on the tachometer, which displays engine speed. It can be used to determine when to shift a manual transmission for maximum fuel efficiency.

The more fuel the engine burns, the higher the rpm. So shift smoothly and swiftly in the lower speeds, then accelerate in the upper gears.

Avoid high speeds

Stick to the speed limit to save fuel costs! The most fuel-efficient speed for most vehicles, vans, pickup trucks, and SUVs is between 50 and 80 kilometers per hour. The faster a car travels above this speed limit, the more fuel it consumes.

A vehicle, for example, uses around 20% more fuel at 120 km/h than it does at 100 km/h. On a 25-kilometer trip, this increase in speed – and fuel consumption – would save you just two minutes.

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