Drunken driving is the primary reason for fatal road accidents in India. Let’s see what the law has to say.
In India, the legal drinking age varies from state to state and ranges from 18 to 25. In West
Driving without keeping tabs on your fuel consumption is like letting your hard earned money get siphoned off without a murmur.
In our last issue we discussed about keeping the tyres properly inflated, avoiding rapid ac
Driving in sand is quite risky. Your car tyres might get stuck in sand at any moment. If you encounter any sandy terrain, slow down or stop to assess whether moving ahead would put you in deeper trouble. If there are no
Before entering the water logged stretch
Never try to drive through a flooded area unless you can gauge the depth of the water and you are confident about your car passing through it. If you are not sure, do not get
There are several rules of etiquette which every car user should be aware of, however, whether they would follow them or not, is absolutely a matter of personal choice. Read on to know more about car etiquette
Fuel prices are soaring everyday. Imagine, a litre of petrol can buy two litres of milk. Driving, without keeping a check on your fuel consumption is like allowing your hard earned money to slip out of your pocket unkn
Driving on highway is enjoyable but can be dangerous if you do not know the rules or fail to take precautions. Since the impact and consequent damage to man and machine can be very high, it calls for observance of some b
The Indian consumer, of late, has woken up to the positive value equation of pre-owned cars, commonly termed as ‘Used Car’. Pre-owned cars offer higher flexibility and reach out to prospective car owners, both first-
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