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Need a car, but don't own one? Here are some tips to take note of for the car sharing driver by a car sharing driver.
Category: Miscellaneous Advice
The government's push towards a car-lite society, coupled with the surge in COE prices, has increased Singapore's demand for car sharing. Here are the best car sharing tips and practices for being a safer and more considerate car sharing driver.
Tyres are the only point of contact between your vehicle and the road. Worn-out tyres can cause you to lose control of your car due to aquaplaning, poor braking or even tyre puncture. Some indicators of worn-out tyres include low treading, cracks, unusual bulges, and damages to the tyre's sidewall.
If you suspect that you have worn out tyres, call your car sharing provider for further assistance.
If you have the time, we've written a few articles if you are looking for some tyre-related advice.
Headlamps are an essential safety component of any car. It provides you with a clear path of view during night drives and serves as a safety function in dimly lit environments such as carparks to alert other road users of your presence.
Test your lights before starting your journey. Bear in mind that you do not go around 'high-beaming' people as a reason to test your headlamps. Otherwise, you may end up testing their patience instead.