Pre-holiday Prep!

Our top safety checks to make sure you have a worry free holiday

  • by onRoute
  • Mar 27, 2017
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High Five Safety Checks

  •  Tyre inflation pressure should be adjusted to the next highest total vehicle weight for safer driving, to reduce fuel consumption and tire wear.
  • Easter holidays are here at last! But while you get ready to sit back and relax, your vehicle has a lot to cope with. The greater load, high speeds, and long downhill stretches are a source of immense strain on your vehicle. To make sure your car gets you safely to your destination it’s well worth giving some thought to our TOP TEN SAFETY CHECKS...
  • Don’t load the vehicle beyond the limits specified in the vehicle documents.
  • Check the condition of the jack, tool kit, and first aid kit and replace if necessary.
  • Check the levels of windshield washer fluid and antifreeze.
  • Check the oil level and top off if necessary.

  • Five Great Tips on How to Best Pack Your Car

    Have you any idea how much force can develop inside a vehicle on full braking or in an accident? Objects flying around, as a result, are often the cause of serious injuries to passengers. Avoid these situations by following these tips on packing your car:

  •  Heavy objects should be stowed right at the bottom of the trunk directly behind the backseat.
  • Never pile up luggage to above the height of the backrests in vans.
  • Try not to leave any gaps and pack individual items of luggage as closely together as possible.
  • Fix the load in position with straps or use non-slip mats.
  • Make sure the driver's vision isn’t obstructed in any direction.
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