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Toyota Camry

Posted September 07th, 2016 at 03:09 am by
Filed under: Toyota
The Toyota Camry is actually a headline associated with consistency, productivity as well as affordability. The Camry has not amazingly increased to be a ...

Audi Q7 V12 Tdi : Conception

Posted September 04th, 2016 at 09:09 pm by
Filed under: Audi
The AUDI Q7 is without a question a thrilling vehicle. With its six and also 8 cylinder motors the large SUV is also without ...

BMW i9 – Truly Stunning

Posted July 24th, 2014 at 03:07 am by
Filed under: BMW
From Germany we hear various reports about the near-term future of the "i" range of BMW . Much has been said about the upcoming models ...

BMW X7 Review – The Future BMW X7

Posted July 24th, 2014 at 03:07 am by
Filed under: BMW
Sales and marketing director of BMW , Ian Richardson, has been assured that when the BMW X7 hit the market "will be the category leader ...
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If you are leaving for a winter drive on a Used Daihatsu Hijet, moving to another city or taking the risk to travel in snow covered roads beware of the risks. Be prepared and keep necessary stuff to help you cope with the incident if it might happen on your way to work, to other city etc.

Wise Steps Before You Travel with Used Daihatsu Hijet:

The following stuff should be kept in your car during snow fall and winters

– Keep a shovel  , a small bucket and few other tools in your Daihatsu Hijet (, this is because if your car tires stuck in snow covered roads and you can’t find a way out do not accelerate the tires as it will go deep instead of coming out. The better approach is to step out of the car, use the shovel and dig the snow. The tires will be relaxed and you can reverse your car, accelerate a bit and here you go.

– Keep a first aid box, in a case your car hit a snow barrier on the road, a wild animal if you live near forest and moving towards city for Christmas, the first aid box will at least help to bandage the wounds immediately and prevent any infection or blood loss.

– Keep some non-perishable food, something dry like crackers or chips packets to eat if the roads are closed, and there is no way out. In such scenarios the security staff, cops and volunteers might ask you to stay in a camp to spend night at a safe place and then move on in the morning as soon as the snow falling stopped and roads are clear.

– Make sure that your cell phone is fully charged, in a case you have to inform at home that you might be late , you are stuck and you need help you can make a urgent call and you don’t have to worry about finding a cell phone or charging it on the road.


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