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Driving in Rain
  • Slow down and make sure there is adequate distance between your vehicle and other vehicles.

  • Stay in the middle lane as water usually pools in the outer lanes.

  • Keep the windshield equipment in good condition.

  • Replace the wiper blades if they are damaged or not working properly. 

  • Make sure that the tires are in good condition without any skidding.

  • Turn the headlights on to make things easier for you.

  • Drive slowly through the puddles.

  • If the brakes are wet, apply them lightly.

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Driving at Night
  1. Slow down and make sure there is adequate distance between your vehicle and other vehicles.

  2. Turn the rearview mirrors to night mode in order to reduce the glare from other lights.

  3. Keep the headlights clean and aim at the coming vehicles.

  4. Avoid directly staring at the headlights to prevent blindness.

  5. Avoid using a high beam if you're within the city.

Driving in Winter
  1. Use ethylene glycol coolant as it prevents the freezing and corrosion in the cooling system while keeping the water pump lubricated.

  2. Inspect the cables and the battery.

  3. Contact the dealer or the service station for an inspection of the battery.

  4. Check your components, the ignition wiring, and the spark plugs to make sure they are not worn, cracked, or damaged in any way.

  5. Use a window washer anti-freeze solution to prevent the water from freezing.

  6. Don't let the brake freeze.

  7. Check for the ice accumulation under the vehicle from time to time in extreme temperatures.

  8. Check the tire pressure for any inflation.

  9. Turn the blower and defroster on if there is fog in the car.

  10. Use low beam lights while driving in the fog.

  1. Avoid such areas until you're sure that the water level is lower than the hub.

  2. Drive through the water at a slow speed.

  3. Allow more stopping distance because of the slower brake performance.

  4. After driving through water, dry the brakes by applying them several times.

Driving in Flooded Areas
Convenient Parking
  1. Use both rearview mirrors.

  2. Shift the gear to reverse mode and then start releasing the clutch while simultaneously pressing the accelerator. 

  3. When the car is moving, press the accelerator steadily and release the clutch completely.

  4. Keep track of the road with the help of mirrors.

  5. If there is a car behind your car, reverse it until its corner appears in your window.

  6. Turn the steering wheel to the lift to ensure the safety of the car behind you.

  7. Reverse the car until the front is lined up with the back of another car.

  8. Once there is enough room for the car, clear the back of the other car.

  9. Turn the steering wheel to the right to park the car in a free manner.

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