Self-Inspecting Vehicles in the Rainy Season - The rainy season becomes an interesting thematic discussion related to personal car maintenance. Rainy weather while driving does require better vehicle readiness to ensure the trip is not disrupted and no unwanted events occur.

Self-Inspecting Vehicles in the Rainy Season
Self-Inspecting Vehicles in the Rainy Season

For car owners can do a self-examination of their vehicle in the rainy season. This examination becomes important because road conditions can change 180 degrees when the rain comes. More slippery road surfaces, limited visibility, to decreased engine performance can make travel comfort reduced.

The first and easiest inspection is the car tire. Checking the condition of the tire is very important because of its function that grips the road surface. Check the tire pressure in accordance with the manufacturer's rules to make sure the sole of the tire gets maximum grip. Check the thickness of the palm through the tread wear indicator (TWI) instructions in the groove of the tire sole. Do not forget to clean the palms of the gravel that is stuck and check the tire wall if there is a potential tear or bump.

The next check is on the legs of the car. Weak suspension systems, such as broken rubber bushing shock absorbers or even damaged shock absorbers, will make the car difficult to control and reduce passenger comfort. While the problematic steering system also makes it difficult for the driver to control the direction of the car. Do not forget to do spooring and balancing periodically to maintain the condition of the tires and legs of the car.

Furthermore, the device that must be used during the rainy season is car wipers. During the dry season wipers are almost never used, plus the rubber gets exposure to the heat of sunlight and dust so that it shakes. In addition to not being able to work optimally, rubber wipers that shake also have the potential to cause a very disturbing berets in the car glass. Do not forget to check the rear wipers and fill the glass cleaning water tube so that it does not have problems when needed.

Another device that needs to be checked is the braking system. Brakes work extra heavily during the rainy season due to slippery roads. Therefore, make sure the brake pads along with disc discs or teromol are in good condition and there are no leaks in the brake system given their very important role. Do not forget to check, fill the brake fluid tube and do draining when it is time to maintain brake performance.

Don't forget to check the condition of the lights and electricity. The task of the electrical system gets heavier when it rains. Such as having to support operational air conditioning, wipers, audio, and lights simultaneously. Therefore, check the electrical system such as batteries, alternators, cables, fuses, and connectors to ensure the condition is good and viable for operation. When it rains heavily, car lights have the task of helping to see the road conditions ahead and ensuring other road users can see the car well. It is very dangerous if the car lights are off or dim.

Lastly, to keep the cabin comfortable, the cooling system aka ac is important to work during the rainy season. Cabin cooling also serves to keep the car glass from dewy so that the driver does not have difficulty monitoring the conditions outside. In addition, rubber car doors must also be considered because this one component also has a lifetime. Rubber doors and windows that shake make rain water can break in. Although trivial, but it must be annoying if it happens.

"Prepare an umbrella before it rains, do an inspection and maintenance of your vehicle during the rainy season. At the end of this blessed year, Auto2000 prepares a variety of profitable promos in servicetival digiroom promos that can be selected as needed. Immediately visit the website now," explained Nur Imansyah Tara, Aftersales Business Division Head Auto2000, in his statement.


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