How to Check Your Shock Absorbers

Some studies indicate that about one in five vehicles circulates on roads with defective shock absorbers. Since wear tends to occur gradually, many drivers find it difficult to perceive the symptoms of shock absorbers in poor condition and, however, proper maintenance is essential for safety reasons. This indispensable element of the vehicle …

How to Drive Safely in the Wind

The wind seems harmless, worse not. A wind blow, a car “covered” by a truck, for example, with strong wind, can make you lose track when you stop being “protected.” After rain and fog, it is the meteorological phenomenon that is behind more winter accidents. In the winter period of 2013-2016 (November-February), …

How to Avoid Allergy in the Car

Allergy is a disease suffered by millions of people when the good weather arrives. The symptoms of allergy and the effects of medication, negatively influence driving. The most common symptoms are itchy nose, skin, eyes, tearing, asthma and itchy throat. And it is that all of them can affect driving. Data of interest …