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After hours of enjoying yourself and windows shopping through the largest selection of certified car for sale listings, You might have an idea of what car you want to get. But you know what they say about research and comparing stuff, you can't have enough of information.
Once you've found the car you wanted from our listings page and hammered out a good deal, what's next? Would it be a good idea to bring it straight out of town? Cover it in a good blanket and call it “baby”?
We at Philkotse.com would want to give you a few tips on what to do with your newly-bought car before anything else. You might want to read on, you might learn a thing or two.
Read the Manual
Your vehicle Owner's Manual is like a diary. A diary that contains all the quirks and features of your new ride. Written there are the different things your new car can do and what every button does.
If you've ever had a question about your car on how, why and when, more likely than not, you would find it on the Manual. Helpful tips like how to start your car, navigating through the infotainment system, arranging the seats and adjusting the various drive settings of your vehicle can save you the hassle and confusion.
Of course, you can always opt to just start and head off on your brand new car and learn along the way like so many car owners, but if you read the manual, you can soon fancy yourself as an expert on your particular ride.
Break-in the Engine
This is probably going to be a real point of contention among car enthusiasts. There are 2 schools of thought with breaking your car in.
Some say you have to take your car out somewhere to utilize the full capabilities of your new car. By flat-out hitting the accelerator and reaching the car's red-line within reasonable speeds on the free-way would loosen-up your car for the long haul. What this does is the mechanical bits of your engine would work at their capacity for the very first time.
A different set of guys will tell you to do the complete opposite. During the first 1000 km do not let the engine get too strained and shift as soon as possible.
What is our opinion on the matter? Read the section above about familiarizing yourself with the manual. Many cars nowadays will tell you what to do with the initial break-in. Also, speak to your dealership on what their prescribed break-in procedure would be about your car.
Check Fluids, Battery and Air Pressure
You should always do this even with old cars. A vehicle can be stuck in inventory storage for months on end before you purchase it.
Car dealerships should be able to check these for you before you drive it out of the lot but as soon as you do, your car is now your responsibility. Always check the car's oil and fluids and make sure that they are at the optimum level.
Owning a car should be and joyful affair and must be as painless and hassle-free as possible. Keep yourself tuned to Philotse.com for more car insights, tips and news and give yourself an edge over car-ownership.
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