The previous week we looked into petrol vs diesel driven cars, now we’re here with tips on how to manage or run your car with little funds or proceeds.

The deal is NOBODY wants to purchase a commodity that may turn out a liability to them, more reason why it takes a long time before people finalize on the brand and model of cars they want to settle for. The watchword for every purchase is “quality whilst maintaining your wallet”; always go for quality and pocket friendly commodities.

As a salary earner or business man, you should learn to work within the auspices of your income; going overboard your income or earnings will be bad for business.

A vehicle will serve its purpose but it was designed to be serviced monthly or bi-monthly, some vehicles demand high end servicing while others can be done at home.

It is advisable as a car owner to have spare money stashed somewhere for the welfare of your car because a car is a machine and it can never be 100% reliable at all times, this money can be used for any emergency that has to do with the car from normal servicing to repairs and change of damaged or faulty parts.

Tips on how to manage your car

We all know our car parts and for most automatic vehicles, the dashboard is the mouth piece of the car, the car communicates to the owner through the dashboard and most times the noise from the engine or exhaust fumes.

Such signs from our cars shouldn’t be ignored or foregone cause it could lead to bigger problems within the car system; always remember ‘’more damage, more cost’’.

Also Read Petrol Vs. Diesel Driven Cars

As a car owner there are certain checks you need to do before leaving the house with your vehicle;

  • Check around the car for likely objects that could prick the tire when you want to drive out,

  • Check and inspect the condition of the tires,
  • Now you have to open the engine bonnet and check for 4 things:
    • Check the oil level by pulling out the engine oil gauge and the power transmission oil gauge
    • Check the brake fluid level
    • Check the radiator water level
    • Check the battery head

  • It is advisable to do a manual check even when the dash meters are steady giving you the details you need.
  • Also make sure to check your indicators ,especially if you’re a commercial driver or you drive in a commercial or busy city;
  • Check your signal lights, brake lights and head lamps, in cases of any damage these are tiny bulbs that we could fix ourselves.

Daily or weekly personal inspection of our cars saves us certain disappointments and helps us manage costs. More so, as a car owner you need to know your car and understand it to an extent, it goes a long way in maintaining your car. And it saves that big damage that would have attracted more money.

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