Get ready with your Car for an amazing Monsoon Trip


Get ready with your Car for an amazing Monsoon Trip

Monsoon is the best season for enjoying nature to the fullest. We all love adventures /thrilling monsoon trips with our beloved one/friends. Don’t we? If yes you should get monsoon ready with your car for the hassle-free road-trips. Because an unexpected breakdown will surely ruin your trip. To make sure your car is ready enough for the exciting road adventure, you must pre-check to avert sudden breakdown during trips.

You know a pre-trip vehicle check is essential to know if a vehicle is ready to hit the roads or not. It helps you to avoid the discomfort, possible safety jeopardy and unforeseen expenditure of breaking down miles from home. If you are ready to set out for a monsoon vacation with your Mahindra, visit your nearest Mahindra service center in Bangalore. If you want your Mahindra to be inspected by the most qualified technicians, then make a visit to PPS Mahindra showroom in Bangalore.

Regular Maintenance

Make sure that regular maintenance such as battery checks, tune-ups, oil changes, and tire rotations/balancing are kept at the accurate condition. It’s always recommended that servicing your vehicle according to the manufacturer manual will evidently keep your car in a first-rate condition for your trip.

Check for latest recalls

Most of us eagerly wait for the Monsoon as we all crave for memorable monsoon trips. Before you set out for a vacation, it’s mandatory to have a regular check to see if your vehicle is subject for any recalls.

Always be ready with emergency kit

With an emergency roadside kit you can travel at peace because we never know the commence of mishaps. It’s advisable to take all the below mentioned things along with you.

  • Cell phone and charger
  • Flashlight
  • Flares and a white flag
  • First aid kit
  • Jumper cables
  • Tire pressure gauge
  • Work gloves and a change of clothes
  • Water and paper towels for cleaning up
  • Extra windshield washer fluid
  • Nonperishable food, drinking water, and medicines
  • Basic repair tools and some duct tape (for temporarily repairing a hose leak)
  • Jack (and ground mat) for changing a tire
  • Maps
  • Emergency blankets, towels and coats

Carry out safety checks

 Tires: Inflation on all the tires of your vehicle should be examined to manufacturer specification at least once in a month. Also inspect for utmost or peculiar tire wear which could be a sign that either one or more tires need to be replaced or rotated or a wheel alignment is needed.

Lights: Examine all the lights of your car to make sure they are working fine. Headlamps, emergency flashers, turn signals, brake lights and interior lights are on the list.

Cooling system: Check coolant in your radiator to ensure it’s filled to the correct level. Also check color and particles. When the fluid is rusty or there’s some grit/oil or sludge in the fluid, that’s when you need to get the cooling system flushed and refilled.

Oil and other fluids: Always check your engine whether the condition of the oil and if it has the proper level of oil. If it’s dark or dirty, change the oil, along with a new filter. Also check other fluids including the levels & condition in the windshield washer reservoir, brakes, and transmission.

Belts & hoses, Wiper blades and Air conditioning are the other important things to look for before you start for an adventurous monsoon trip.

 If you found something unusual in your car and if you cannot make it right, bring it to a reliable service center like PPS Mahindra – authorized Mahindra service center. You are sure to get professional as well as reliable services for all your car needs, be it major repairs or minor servicing.