Vehicle Safety Checklist

Having a vehicle safety checklist helps keep yourself, your passengers & other road users safe. Many accidents on the road are often caused by vehicles not being regularly checked over. Small problems can quickly lead to big problems if left unfixed. There are several things you can do to ensure your vehicle is in perfect condition.

Tyres

Tyres are the most important part of any vehicle as they are the main point of contact with the road. 40% of road accidents are due to faulty tyres so ensure you check your tyres before each journey. Ensure regular repairs, maintenance and tyre fitting are carried out to avoid costly accidents. Always make sure you have your tyres fitted by a professional tyre fitting service. You can find an authentic tyre fitting service in Stirling available at Fife Autocentre, book now!

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MOT Testing

MOT testing is an important part of owning a vehicle, they check your vehicle is safe and roadworthy. MOT tests check the brakes & fuel system, lights, mirrors, seatbelts, windscreen wipers & the exhaust system. This ensures every aspect of your vehicle is safe to use.

Car Servicing

Servicing your vehicle before a long trip is important as it can help to avoid any major complications. Having someone experienced service your car is always the best. Issues can be costly and more so if left too long. If an issue were to cause an accident it would cost much more to replace your vehicle than to fix issues as soon as possible. If you are planning a long trip having your vehicle serviced is essential for yours and other road users safety.

It’s better to be proactive rather than reactive when it comes to owning a vehicle. Dangerous, costly accidents can easily be avoided by keeping a checklist and ensuring your vehicle is regularly maintained and tyres are fitted professionally.

Do you have a vehicle safety checklist?


1 comment

    Oh, Yes!! I have, it's important. Steav John recently posted...10 Best Bicycle Pumps : Bike Tire InflatorsMy Profile

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