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Driving Skill for Life: Nigeria Auto Journalists Experience

Second day of the Nigerian Auto Journalists Training Workshop held at the weekend attracted a German born trainer, Derek Kirkby, Ford DSFL training Director, South Africa, who took participants through a theoretical session of Driving Skill for Life (DSFL)and later practical motoring on Coscharis Test track. Derek explained: Before you jump inside your car and drive off, take 15 seconds to ...

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Guard Against Fatigue-Related Accident on Long Journeys

Drivers need to be properly rested before setting off on long journeys, says breakdown and road safety organisation, GEM Motoring Assist. The warning comes as thousands of families and couples make plans for summer holidays that could involve road journeys of several hundred miles. Being tired, when you’re driving raises the risk of a collision, because you’re less aware of ...

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How to Handle Power Steering Failure

Most auto problems happen gradually. Most power steering failure gives you signs. That is not to say the problem can’t happen suddenly.It can, even if well maintained according to manufacturers’ specifications. Notwithstanding, the safest thing is to listen, monitor and observe signs of possible power steering failure. Warning Indications of Power Steering failure Heaviness in Steering Sign: When all is ...

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What Motorists Should Do Before the Rain Begins

How a motorist prepares for the rain could determine to what extent he’ll have a happy motoring Arrival of the rain is greeted with drastic changes in the weather and lifestyle. To avoid motoring troubles and pains during the coming deluge, motorists need to check electrics, brakes and tyres. Electrics Vehicles use of electrical energy increases considerably in the rain. ...

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