Myths & Facts
True - Putting the gear lever into ‘Park’ won’t stop the vehicle from moving and falling off the jack, once lifted
False - Safety belts prevent you from escaping your vehicle during a crash True - Safety belts can actually keep you from being knocked unconscious which will improve your chances of escaping during an accident.
False - Keeping your foot on the clutch while driving will not help you change gears more smoothly. Doing so would cause the thrust bearing to be overworked by the constant pressure from the fingers
Myth: You may not think about it, but washing your car the traditional way can be a big waste of water. Look for an earth-friendly waterless car wash product, which can be sprayed onto your
The logic behind this is that when temperatures are cool, fuel is denser, so you get more fuel per litre pumped. Fuel is stored in underground tanks, where the temperature hardly fluctuates. So the
Previously when most cars depended on carburettors to blend fuel and air for use by the engine, this particular myth probably had a bit more substance to it. However, modern fuel injection—which is used