Cars have become an integral part of our life as they make travelling convenient and comfortable. But driving a vehicle may seem like a daunting task, especially for beginners who are learning the art of driving. Also, some people may be comfortable driving a manual car and not so comfortable behind the wheel of an automatic car. The vice versa is also true in this case. If you are still wondering how to drive a car, this article will help you understand the basics of driving.
Car dealerships are the go-to place if you are taking the offline route to buy a new car. However, there are better mediums (online) to buy your new car, like ACKO Drive. If you are purchasing a new car the traditional way, everything is handled by the dealer, right from the booking to the delivery of the vehicle.
Apart from the total price (ex-showroom price) of the new car, a car showroom may also charge you for other things such as handling, registration, car insurance, etc. That’s when you have to be careful and ensure that you are not being overcharged. If you are worried about getting ripped off by a car dealer, this article will help you in that regard.
Compact Sport Utility Vehicles (SUVs) make a solid impression among car buyers in India, thanks to their bold looks, comfortable seating, top-notch features and cost-effectiveness. Another big reason why many car buyers choose compact SUVs over some premium hatchbacks is the larger boot space in the same or less price range.
If you are also planning to buy a compact SUV with ample boot space, here are the top 10 choices you can consider.
You are all ready to go to work, you hop in your car and turn on the ignition. There is no response from the car. You try several times only to realise that the battery may have gone kaput. A dead battery is the last thing you need when you are all set to drive. You can get out of such a situation by charging your car battery from another car. Wondering how? Read on to find out.
Registration is the first thing you need to do when you buy a new car. Typically, the car dealer or an agent will register the vehicle at the RTO (Regional Transport Office) on your behalf, but you might have to shell out an additional service charge. If you are not willing to spend that extra money, the obvious question on your mind would be, how to register your new car by yourself? Read ahead as this article covers all the steps involved in registering a new car.
Internet connectivity is a necessity in today’s life. The internet has become an integral part of our life. It doesn’t matter if you are a student, working professional, or a homemaker, internet connectivity is a must. With the advent of 4G and Wi-Fi connectivity, you can access the internet from anywhere, even when you are travelling in a car. For a stable internet connection inside your car, you may need a Wi-Fi network. So, how to set up Wi-Fi within the car? Read ahead to find the answer.
Buying a car requires a financial commitment. It includes a considerable cost and if you want to buy the best, the costs could escalate further. Sometimes, not having sufficient funds can put a dent in your dream of owning a car. This is where a car loan comes to your rescue. The loan provides you an easy source of funds so that you can buy the car that you want to buy, without worrying about its affordability.
It is essential to carry your car documents and your driving licence with you while driving your car. However, not being able to provide valid documents while driving may invite penalties. Unfortunately, many people have faced these penalties as they forgot to carry physical copies of their driving licence, car registration, and other essential documents while driving their car.
The good news is - with the new amendments under section 139 of the Motor Vehicle Act, you can store critical car documents in a digital format. This enables you to get away with the hassle of carrying physical copies while driving and avoid penalties. With the help of the DigiLocker app, you can store your car’s documents in a digital format.
The windshield wipers are an essential safety feature of any car, simultaneously; it is also one of the most ignored components of a vehicle. While driving your vehicle, visibility is critical. And it becomes even more crucial during rainy/stormy conditions. During such times, windshield wiper blades help you see the path ahead and drive safely. Hence, it is vital to ensure that wiper blades are in good condition.
However, like other car parts, they also wear and tear with time, and hence, it requires replacement at periodic intervals. This article will take you through how to know it's time to replace your car's wiper blades and a step-by-step guide to change it on your own.
Tyres are the only contact patch between your car and the road. However, tyres are prone to puncture due to bad road conditions or debris/sharp objects lying on the road. Nowadays, all modern vehicles come fitted with tubeless tyres. They are safe and reliable as they do not have an inner tube like the regular tyres and do not leak air instantly in the event of a puncture.
As a car owner/driver, you may encounter this situation of tyre puncture, and it can cause a lot of inconveniences. But thanks to tubeless tyres, fixing a puncture is easy. Read on to know how to fix a tubeless tyre puncture.