When it comes to buying a vehicle, the preferences are usually different for each individual. While some buyers want speed and style, others emphasise comfort, driving experience, affordability and fuel efficiency.
Similarly, the vehicle preferences change between young and elderly car buyers. Senior citizens usually like cars with easy controls, excellent safety, easy ingress/egress, comfortable seating, etc.
To ease the process of selecting a car for elderly buyers, here is a guide to the best vehicles for senior citizens.
Factors such as affordable pricing, rising fuel costs and low running costs have led to increased demand for CNG fuel vehicles. To cater to the market demand, several car manufacturers have come up with CNG vehicles. If you are also planning to buy a CNG car, this article brings you the list of the best CNG cars in India.
Traffic jams and long queues have been a massive problem at toll plazas for a long time. But since February 2021, the Indian government has made FASTag mandatory for four-wheelers to enable automated toll collection at toll booths. This is a practical step towards a fast and smooth movement of vehicles on highways.
FASTag removes the need for manual toll collection, saving vehicles from long waiting periods at toll plazas. A FASTag can be attached to a vehicle’s windscreen, enabling automated toll payment collection via Radio Frequency Identification Technology (RFID).
The best part about having a FASTag is that you can manage it online. This step-by-step guide will tell you how to sign up and how to log in to your FASTag account.
Jaipur, also known as ‘Pink City’ is the tenth most populated city in India. With the increase in population, the number of vehicles on the road is increasing at a rapid pace. Managing traffic in such cities has become a challenge despite digitising the traffic monitoring system. E-challans or digital traffic challans have become a new normal for penalising traffic offenders. So, how do you pay e-Challans online in Jaipur? Read on to find out the answer.
The first and foremost thing that you look for in a car is its design, colour, engine capacity, mileage and features. However, a car’s Engine Number, Chassis Number and the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) might not seem to be relevant while purchasing a new or a used car. But, how do you know if the car dealer is selling you a six month or even a year old car? These numbers are like the DNA of your car. It might be a challenge to find out where these numbers are on the car. This article lets you know how to find out the Chassis Number, VIN and Engine Number of your car.
Are you planning to relocate to Bangalore from another state with your vehicle? If yes, then you need to fulfil several legal formalities. One such formality is getting a No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the Regional Transport Office (RTO), where your bike or car was registered initially.
NOC allows you to legally ride your vehicle in a different state and eases the process of re-registration of the vehicle at the new RTO as well.
Let’s talk about how you can apply for NOC for a vehicle from another state to Bangalore.
The braking system is the most prominent component for the safety and reliability of a car. The safety of the passengers, motorists on the road, and pedestrians are hinged on a vehicle's brakes. There are mainly two types of brakes in the automobile industry: drum and disc brakes.
Both the brakes are used in modern cars, and they work on the same basic principle. So, what's the difference between both braking systems? Read on, as this article answers all your questions related to drum brakes vs disc brakes.
Brakes are one of the most crucial components of a car. They help you slow down the vehicle or bring the car to a standstill. It is also an essential piece of safety equipment as it can come to your rescue in emergencies.
But did you ever imagine what would happen if the brakes fail while you are driving? In reality, such a thing is improbable, but it's better to be prepared for the worst. This article provides you with insights on how to handle car brake failure.
The Indian automobile market is dominated by value for money cars and SUVs (Sports Utility Vehicles). The reason behind it is the buyer sentiment that leans towards the ‘value for money’ a vehicle offers. One of the highlights of a budget-friendly car is the mileage or fuel-efficiency. If you are in the market for a car or SUV, mileage plays a vital role in selecting your next car. This article brings you the list of the best mileage cars in India.
FASTag is an innovative solution to ease the bottlenecks at highway toll plazas. It enables digital payment through the linked wallet/account at the toll plazas via RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) technology. Hence, you can drive through the toll booth without stopping your car, and the toll charges will be automatically deducted from the linked account. FASTag is mandatory for all four-wheelers in India.
You can purchase the tag through certified banks or other channels/platforms such as ACKO Drive. If you already own a car (or any four-wheeler), you are well aware that the tag is linked to the vehicle and issued in the owner’s name. If you are wondering how to deactivate/close a FASTag account, this article will help you in that regard.