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Defensive Driving Defensive driving, on contrary to the seemingly obvious conclusion, can save you just as much time as money and, more importantly, keep the roads safer for everyone. It will help you navigate in most road and traffic conditions and anticipate the possibility of a mishap.City driving is also a major source of stress, especially during rush hour. Growing cities and suburbs have resulted in an increase in the number of people who have to use a car to get around. Following these steps will also make driving a more enjoyable experience.Defensive driving is more about common sense than anything else. It is easy to remember most of what is written here, but then, 'the roads are full of idiots'. So, the more people driving defensively, the safer it will be out there.RESPECT THE RIGHT OF WAY OF EVERYONEIf you spot a vehicle in a hurry, do not be obstinate and yield the right of way even if you are legally right in refusing. While the other driver might be being a bully in claiming you give way, it's better to let him through. Do not block the path of the vehicle by moving in front of it or impede its passage in any way. Doing so is dangerous and increases the risk of an accident.Also, weaving in and out of traffic is a serious safety threat. Always remember, when it comes to driving, it's reaching your destination safely that is most important.DO NOT EXCEED THE SPEED LIMITDriving over a given speed limit is not only illegal, but also dangerous. Driving at 60kmph on a road where the limit is 50kmph might save you 20 minutes, but it also increases the chances of an accident.The faster you are moving, the longer it takes for the car to do your bidding when you apply the brakes. It also reduces the time you have to react to the unexpected, such as a car out of control or an animal crossing the road. The sheer physics of a collision at high speeds should be enough deterrence. The greater transfer of energy resulting from the higher momentum can cause horrific injuries.Also, you will be booked by the police if you are caught speeding, which will include a fine the first time (up to Rs 1, 000) and a more permanent punishment for repeat offenders.Therefore, choose a speed matching the rest of the traffic as closely as possible without exceeding the speed limit. If the rest of the traffic is moving at a pace faster than you like, keep to the lane on the left and stay out of the way of the faster vehicles. If you need to overtake a vehicle moving slower than you are, do so from the right. Make your intentions clear using the indicators before overtaking.PAY ATTENTION TO THE ROAD"I never saw him!" is the most common excuse used after an accident. But come on, it wasn't that the other vehicle (or person or electric pole) was invisible.Numerous accidents happen because a driver does not pay attention to what is happening on the road. Any vehicle, immaterial of its size, can be the cause of an accident. Also remember that you cannot rely on your fellow drivers to follow the rules and keep you safe. So stay alert and ensure that you have plenty of room to manoeuvre your vehicle out of a potentially dangerous situation. It would help if you don't use your mobile phone or listen to music on full volume.Try to anticipate what the other drivers might do in the situation, especially on open roads or when there is heavy traffic. It's always better to stay wary. Be careful when approaching traffic signals, breaks in dividers or service roads. Hasty motorists tend to join the main road without checking the flow of traffic. Also, on a busy road, such as a commercial centre, watch out for cars pulling out from parking. Look out for gaps in the lines of traffic for space to take evasive action. Slow down if you see the traffic in front of you bunching up. No point in adding to the melee. A little patience will help in clearing the jam.ALWAYS REMEMBER TO WEAR THE SEAT BELTThe seat belt is the most important safety device in your car. A seat belt might appear to be insignificant, but it can save your life. The force and sudden movement on collision can fatally injure a person (ribcage, lungs and heart against the dashboard or steering wheel) or even fling drivers out of the car if they're not strapped in.Seat belts also help in cutting down movement while driving on bumpy roads. If you have a small child in the car, use a baby seat and fasten it using a seat belt.DO NOT DRIVE IF YOU ARE STRESSED OR UNWELLIf you think you are distracted, stressed, fatigued or unwell and it will affect your judgement while driving, you should not get behind the steering wheel. Any of these can slow down your reaction time and driving in such a state is unwise.Being overworked, stressed or tired increases the chances of you falling asleep at the wheels. If it's a long drive and you feel tired, pull over to the side of the road and sleep for a while.It goes without saying that consumption of alcohol is a serious impediment to making the right choices and it is very dangerous to drive inebriated. If you are going to a party where you are likely to consume alcohol, make sure someone who does not drink is the designated driver or arrange for a taxi. Driving under the influence of alcohol is a punishable offence, including the possibility of cancellation of your licence or even jail time.Also, it would be safer not to drive if you are unwell. A high fever or an injury can be disorienting, resulting in an error of judgement.SLOW DOWN ON WET ROADS AND IN BAD WEATHERThe most sensible thing to do in adverse weather conditions such as heavy rainfall or fog is to slow down. Driving at high speeds in heavy rain could lead to your car aquaplaning (rise up on a thin film of water between the tires and road so that there is no more contact with the road).Make sure that your car tyres have the right air pressure because overinflating tyres reduces the area of contact with the road, resulting in loss of rolling friction on wet surfaces. If your car tyres are overinflated, release some air.Similarly, visibility is reduced significantly in a dense fog and judging the distances between vehicles becomes difficult.In both cases-heavy rain and fog-slowing down is the safest option. If the fog is very thick, drive slowly along the divider or road markers to have a point of reference. Do not try to overtake in such conditions.KNOW THE BLIND SPOTSRemember that you have a few blind spots around your vehicle. The area behind the pillars of the car and at the back are the usual blind spots. Always be cautious when moving in these direction, such as when you are changing lanes or backing out of parking. Looking into your rear-view mirror is not enough. Watch out for approaching traffic from the sides, which a blind spot on the overhead mirror, in the outside mirrors.On roads that have higher speed limits, such as highways, traffic from the rear approaches very quickly. When there are large vehicles such as trucks and buses on the road, ensure that you maintain enough distance for your car to be visible in the rear-view and outside mirrors of the vehicle in front of you. In fact, tailgating any vehicle is a risk. So maintain a reasonable distance between your car and the vehicle in front.Backing up is always tricky. Have a quick look around for anything in your way first. Be especially careful if there are children playing around the vehicle. Defensive driving might seem dull, but safety should be the paramount consideration on the road.
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7 Useful tips to keep in mind while renting a self-drive carThere is no doubt that more and more cars are hitting Indian roads every day. But it is certainly not possible for everyone to buy a car especially if there’s not much need. This is where self-drive car renting companies like us come to our customers’ rescue and when integrated with technology, the process can do wonders!So, are you renting a car for a vacation? Well, it completely makes sense! It saves you money that you’d be spending on taxi rides, and keeps you from enjoying your trip on the schedule of public transportation. But car rental can be daunting for both first-timers and veteran travelers alike. Here are some of the tips that you should keep in mind while renting a car.1. Rent of the carBefore you started renting self-drive cars or simply cars online, what was the option in your hand? Go to the traditional car renting companies who would simply refuse to negotiate. Right? You were left with no option. We understand!There are several car renting companies that you may come across. So, you must do a proper research and then rent your favorite car at the best possible price. In that case, you should definitely give a look at our services and prices. We are working hard to impress you daily! 2. Hidden ChargesChoose just not your car but also the car renting company wisely. Don’t become the victim of hidden charges! Do a good research throughout and feel free to question the companies. Clear all doubts before you set off for your trip so that you don’t feel at the end of the journey that you have been robbed.3. Condition of the self-drive carCars are often rented by travelers who are always on the go. They generally don’t want to take their own car along and so rent a self-drive car to make their travel experience simpler. So, if you are someone who rents a car often, you must check the condition of the car. Also, make sure that you take a 360 degree photo of the car so that you can return the car in the right condition without suffering extra charges.4. Availability of pick up and drop pointThere are several car rental companies out there. But each of them has their own definite set of policies and conditions. Make sure you go for the one you can rely and the one that provides you the maximum services without any hassles. One of the most important of these features is the availability of pick up and drop points. If you need to go to the company every time you rent a car, nothing can be more annoying. You should have the privilege to take your own decisions and set off from your very own place at your own time.5. Always carry a driving license and car documents with youYou are hiring a self-drive car and so there are many responsibilities that come along as well. Make sure you know how to properly drive a car and always carry your driving license and car documents with you.6. Customer ServiceWhile you are looking to rent a car, look for additional customer services that the company provides. This is crucial so that you are provided the same kind of service throughout your journey – from start to finish! Many car rental companies claim to have a first-class customer service but don’t really come to help after you are done with your booking. This can turn out to be really annoying and can even turn your trip into a disaster!7. Review of the CompanyIt is also crucial that you have a good knowledge of the company from which you are renting a self-drive car. The company should have proper documents so that you don’t face any charges afterwards. This is often skipped by most of the customers as they are in a hurry to book a car!
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What comes to your mind when you hear the word Monsoon? Well for most, it usually relates to greenery, the feeling of wanting to go on a long drive and munching on pakodas.We always try and take safety measures to stay away from all sorts of illness in the monsoon. But what about while driving in this season? What about you and your loved ones safety? Have you ever thought about taking safety measures while driving in the monsoon?Here we are to help you.PlanningAlways plan your road trip. Check the weather before leaving the house. Leave a bit early so that even if you get stuck in “traffic” it won’t affect your schedule. It is common for our roads to get jammed with traffic during heavy rains. You can also check traffic in real time before leaving.Check your vehicleWhen the monsoon is just around the corner get a full check of your vehicle and ensure that your car is functioning properly. If something needs a fix its better to get it done as soon as possible. This is really very important for your own safety. Cars can be more vulnerable during monsoons.Stay AlertOne must be very alert and conscious while driving in the rains. Roads tend to become slippery and speeding during this season can lead to loss of control of the car. Stay alert, keep your hands on the wheel and don’t drive too fast!Keep safe distanceIt takes three times longer to stop on a wet road. Maintain more distance than usual while driving. It could avoid accidents.Correctly pull overIf there is a severe storm and due to low visibility and bad weather conditions you cannot drive, pull over completely and turn off your headlights and brake lights as well. As in low visibility drivers usually tend to follow the tail lights instead of staying and focusing on the road.Be in controlSudden application of brakes or even sudden acceleration may be harmful and cause a chaos. Be the person in control. Apply brakes early and slowly and gradually anticipate the movement of traffic and turns. While accelerating slowly, increase the speed. It will keep you in control of your vehicle.Avoid potholesIf you see potholes with accumulated water in it avoid driving through it. You never know what lies beneath. It can be an open manhole or a killer pothole both of which can damage your car and might take a big hit. In such conditions drive carefully or follow a car ahead of you.Hope you have a great and a safe monsoon! Book a professional car spa service so no matter how soiled and muddy the interiors or exteriors get, our experts can take care of it! If this helped you, share it with your friends and family:
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