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29 September 2014, 12:05 PM

With the increase of vehicle population in India, people are looking forward to buy their own cars as early as possible. This has resulted in a high growth in the selling and buying of used cars in India. Consumers with a restricted budget usually opt for good refurbished cars and this has eventually given rise to several used car dealers in India. Almost every mid-range car manufacturers in the country has its particular showrooms for pre-owned cars in many cities.

One of the major benefits of buying used cars in India is that it allows you to learn driving with pretty fewer concerns. People buying used cars are comparatively less concerned than the ones who buy new cars. People buying a car for the first time need not to be excellent drivers. They need to learn the skills of car driving and practice more and more to be a good driver. People now-a-days prefer to initially buy used cars in India so that they can polish their driving skills on those cars. And after learning how to drive properly, they can buy a new car that somehow reduces their concern levels for their brand new vehicle.

While talking about driving skills, a special mention of car driving tips is certainly has to be made. They are many low-budget institutes, which organise special classes for those who wish to learn driving. Car driving tips are given to them or regular basis in which they learn from top to bottom and in-and-out of vehicle driving. The real test driving tips can be seen when the learner is sent on a regular busy road for the first time with his/her car. It is important for the learner to successfully complete the car test drive tips failing to which leads to the cancellation of driver’s licence application.

For those learning to enhance skills on their vehicle, here are some of the car driving tips, which should be checked and followed on a day-to-day basis for beginner as well as intermediate drivers:

  • Check your vehicle before heading to anywhere and adjust the rear view mirrors according to the comfortable sitting position in the driver’s seat.

  • Always maintain a safe distance from the vehicle moving in front of you to avoid accidents while sudden brakes applications.

  • Being a beginner, try and avoid driving in heavy rain and if you are a driver well-enough to handle the vehicle in heavy rain, still drive at a lower speed.

  • Avoid long distance driving. If you have to drive a long way, always take small naps after continuous driving for 3 or more hours.

  • It can be life-threatening for beginners to drive during the nights. As it is, obviously, less visibility after the sun-set, try not to drive in such conditions.

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