Self-driving vehicles were once depicted as parts of some cool or dystopian future in which everything was automated. Now, you can find a whole fleet of them in Silicon Valley. The world is gradually moving towards this future. Advancements are being made everyday in the hopes of automating many aspects of our lives.
Every Land Rover or other European car owner should know the answer to these three questions!
How do you know what condition your brakes are in? Do you wait until you hear them squealing a bit as you stop? Do you wait for a warning light to come on? Do you wait until the brake pedal feels low?
Need an automobile tire repaired? Know what’s acceptable when it comes to repairing your tires. Not all tire punctures are created equal; some can be repaired, and some can’t. Car tires that are improperly repaired can fail and result in an accident.
It’s interesting; so many things that we use today just don’t require much maintenance. When we purchase something like a television or a toaster oven, we don’t ever expect to have to take them to a repair shop. They may require a bit of cleaning now and then, but that’s just about all the maintenance we expect to do.
One fall weekend, my wife and I were driving north on Interstate 270, going from Urbana to Frederick, Maryland, when we spotted a sign saying “Scenic Overlook.” We had some time to kill so we took the exit.
SRS stands for supplemental restraint system, but the more common lingo for the SRS warning light is the Air Bag System Warning Light. This light typically comes on for a few seconds when you start your car, but if it stays on, it signals that there is a problem.
Daytime running lights have been around for a while, but many people still don’t know exactly how they function as well as the benefits to drivers.
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