1.Failing to Decelerate at Speed-Bumps and Potholes
Speed-bumps, potholes, and other surface blemishes can be highly destructive to a vehicle’s suspension and undercarriage parts if you fail to reduce your speed while passing over them it’s important you avoid speeding over bumps at all costs, drive over them cautiously.
2. Habitually Driving With Low Fuel
You shouldn’t be driving around with 2litre fuel in your tank all the times. Be sure to always fuel up all the way at every fill-up to prevent forcing your vehicle to use the old, mucky fuel at the bottom of the fuel tank. This will lead to engine damages and clogged filters.
3. Suddenly Starting and Stopping
Whether you’re in rush hour traffic or in a hurry, you shouldn’t resort to sudden starting and stopping over and over again. This habit puts a lot of pressure on the internal workings of the braking system and rotors, and significantly increase fuel consumption.
4. Driving With Poorly Inflated tyres
Proper tyre inflation is very important to the overall safety and performance of any vehicle. Poorly inflated tyres aren’t only unsafe, they eventually cause other damages to the car. Always Be sure your tyres are not over or under-inflated by checking the levels regularly with a manual tyre pressure gauge.
5. Neglecting Routine Maintenance
Regular scheduled maintenance, such as inspections and fluid chances, this is very important for your vehicle’s safety, performance, and longevity. Endeavor to have your car Serviced to avoid unexpected breakdown.