4 Summer Driving Tips

June 16, 2016

Scorching temperatures and congested holiday routes can make summer driving extra dangerous. Follow these four driving tips to keep yourself, your passengers and your vehicle safe this summer:

1. Punctures – High temperatures can aggravate existing damage on your vehicle’s tyres. Before departing, be sure that you have done the following:

2. Fatigue – If you plan to drive for more than three hours, avoid fatigue by doing the following:

3. Visibility – To ensure good visibility while you are driving, do the following:

4. Fuel – For some, petrol is a major expense. To save money on fuel, do the following:

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