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Simple tasks that can make your car last longer.

1) Check the Engine Oil
Do it regularly—monthly for a vehicle in good condition; more often if you notice an oil leak or find you need to add oil routinely. The car should be parked on level ground so you can get an accurate dipstick reading. Don’t overfill. And if you do have a leak, find and fix it soon.

2) Check Tire Air Pressure
Once a month and before any extended road trips, use an accurate tire-pressure gauge to check the inflation pressure in each tire, including the spare. Do this when the tires are cold (before the vehicle has been driven or after no more than a couple of miles of driving). Use the inflation pressure recommended by the vehicle’s manufacturer, not the maximum pressure embossed on the tire’s sidewall. The recommended pressure is usually found on a placard on a front doorjamb, in the glove compartment, or in the owner’s manual. Also be sure to inspect tires for abnormal or uneven wear, cuts, and any sidewall bulges you can see

3) Wash the Car
Try to wash the car every week, if you can. Wash the body and, if necessary, hose out the fender wells and undercarriage to remove dirt and road salt. It’s time to wax the finish when water beads become larger than a


4) Other Checks at Each Oil Change
For normal driving, many automakers recommend changing the engine oil and filter every 7,500 miles or six months, whichever comes first. This is sufficient for the majority of motorists. For “severe” driving—with frequent, very cold starts and short trips, dusty conditions, or trailer towing—the change interval should be shortened to every 3,000 miles or three months. (Check your owner’s manual for the specific intervals recommended for your vehicle.) Special engines such as diesels and turbocharged engines may need more-frequent oil changes.

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24×7 Emergency Car Breakdown Help National Highway 75 (NH75) Road

What to do if your car breaks down on the highway

You must take precaution when your car break down on a busy highway (e.g NH 75). It not only puts you at risk, but other car drivers as well. Don’t panic. What should you do if your car breaks down on the highway?

You can prepare, minimize stress and maintain calm by keeping the following guidelines in mind and being ready for breakdowns before they happen.

Modern cars are often vulnerable to hard-to-fix technical failures. Keyless ignition may drain batteries faster, for example, and tire-inflation kits, in lieu of spares, don’t always work. You must take preventive maintenance and repairs. But even with good maintenance, things happen – especially with today’s advanced vehicle technology.

Clear the road out of travel lane

Steer your vehicle as far out of the travel lanes as possible. Note your location for police or other responders.

If you can pull over to the side of the road, exit through the passenger-side door, away from traffic, then stand far away – behind the guardrail, if possible. Many oncoming drivers tend to steer toward whatever they’re looking at, whether it’s a crash ahead or a car breakdown on the roadside.

Next, call attention to yourself and your vehicle. You want to be seen quickly from as far a distance as possible. Turn on your hazard lights, don a reflective vest, wave a flashlight and set up reflective triangles or flares.

If you can’t remove the vehicle from the travel lane and can’t exit, contact emergency services, all National highway has toll free number, (If you are on NH75, you can contact Car Club available at Nekkilady, Uppinangady, Mangalore) Turn on your hazard lights and keep your seatbelt on.

Despite vehicle advances, it’s likely you’ll have a car breakdown at some point, such as a blown tire from a nail or roadway debris. Stay safe by being prepared for such emergencies. Kits are inexpensive and may be bought at discount or drug stores.

For car owners, there is special on road breakdown facility by CAR CLUB

Car Club, Nekkilady, Uppinangady, Mangalore
Car Club, Nekkilady, Uppinangady, Mangalore
Car Club, Nekkilady, Uppinangady, Mangalore
Car Club, Nekkilady, Uppinangady, Mangalore
Car Club, Nekkilady, Uppinangady, Mangalore
Car Club, Nekkilady, Uppinangady, Mangalore


To book an enquiry at CAR CLUB,

CAR CLUB includes all facilities of car servicing and repairs. It is located on National Highway 75, Nekkilady, Uppinangady, Mangalore (Location: Google Map Location)