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Car Breakdown During Long Road Trip

• Make sure you check oil and coolant levels. If you are not familiar with doing this, you can follow the instructions on your vehicle manual.

• Check your car’s cooling system as well. Look for signs that it is leaking or if the cooling fan is not working properly. A leaking cooling system or inoperative cooling fan can cause your car to overheat and it can also cause damage to the engine.

• Closely inspect all wiper blades for any signs of wear and tear and cracks.

• Make sure that you also check the windscreen washer fluid level and that the washer jets are adjusted correctly.

• Check the condition of all the tires as well. And this includes the spares. Make sure all the tires have the right pressures and legal tread depth.

• Check the jack and wheel brace to ensure that they working properly. If the locking wheel nuts are fitted, make sure that the locking key is securely stowed away in the vehicle.

• Make sure that all dashboard warning lights are fully and correctly functioning.

• Keep your spare set of car keys in a safe and secure place.

• Always have the number of reliable towing company on speed dial. A tow truck can help and even rescue you when your car breaks down unexpectedly.