Criminals have found ways to “block” your car remote signals, as you activate your alarm to lock your car as you walk away. This is done in one of two ways; either by completely blocking the signal your remote sends to your car, or by sending other signals to the car in order to scramble the message sent to the server.
With the cost of living soaring, many people are looking at ways to cut costs and tighten their belts. There are some expenses that just can’t be avoided, but there are measures that can be taken to keep costs down. One area where this is especially true is with cars. For many, driving is a necessary but significantly large expense but having a car doesn’t have to bleed you dry.
There are measures you can take to save money on the day to day running costs of your vehicle. Whether it’s cutting down on air conditioning use, driving a little bit slower or walking to the corner shop instead of jumping in the car, every little bit helps when it comes to saving cents and rands on your car costs.
Buying a Hyundai, whether new or second hand is a long term investment that should be well managed. While you can send your car in for regular scheduled servicing and maintenance checks, how you drive your car will have an impact on its general condition and health.
In fact, many people don’t realise how their driving habits damage their vehicle. We have compiled a list of potential bad driving and general practices that could be detrimental to the smooth running of your Hyundai. Avoid these bad habits and you could be prolonging the lifespan of your vehicle:
As a proud Hyundai owner, keeping your vehicle in tip top shape, which includes routine tyre checks, will be high on your list of ‘To Do’ items. Not only do regular tyre checks increase the lifespan of your tyres, but they also offer peace of mind. Tyre maintenance must include regular pressure and tread wear checks on all tyres, including the spare. Alas, while assuredly beneficial, there is no escaping the fact that punctures and flats still happen, so it’s best to be well informed on just how to go about changing a tyre – here are some handy tips: