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    Jan 02, 2018
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    Top 5 Reasons to Read Your Car's Manual
    Top 5 Reasons to Read Your Car's Manual
    in JT Legal Group Blog

    Out of all the drivers in California, how many of them actually read their car’s manual? Truth be told, it isn’t many. In an environment filled with rocky terrains, endless pits of sandy beaches, and a mingle of intertwined roadways, it’s no wonder California is known as one of the most difficult places to drive in all the nation. To separate the reckless from the safe, one can simply ask, “have you read your car’s manual?”


    Applying the Proper Knowledge

    Some may think it’s the amount of years the driver has been driving, or how familiar the driver is with their geographical surroundings that distinguish a “great” driver. Although those can be true, by also having proper knowledge of the machine you’re operating while doing the previously mentioned, you can help improve the quality and security of your true driving performance.


    Benefits of Reading Your Car’s Manual

    There are some major benefits to reading your car’s manual that you may not have known about. Consider the following:

    Mechanics Might Charge You More Than It’s Worth

    Nowadays, no one ever really reads their car’s manual. If they did, they’d probably end up saving more money on their annual repairs and maintenance. Some mechanics tend to take advantage of the common driver who doesn’t know much about the in-depth functions and properties to their own vehicle. Without this proper knowledge, there’s no way the common driver can establish the true price of the parts, process, or amount of labor that really needs to be done. Instead of getting overcharged for maintenance, or tricked into faulty repair, read your car’s manual. At least this way, you’ll have a better understanding of not only knowing how to maintain your car, but the ins and outs of your vehicle, as well.


    You’ll Have a More Organized Maintenance Schedule

    When kids are smaller, their parents often remind them of little tasks to help groom and keep their child content. Such tasks would be like remembering to brush your teeth, to say “please” and “thank you,” and to always clean up after any mess you had made. The same is applied once a driver reads their manual. By physically adapting all of the available information on the car’s health and maintenance, the driver won’t have to be verbally reminded by any other mechanics or advisers, in the safe-keeping of their car. By keeping yourself familiar with the knowledge of your vehicle, you’ll be less likely to do as others recommend. After all, you will be driving this car almost every day, much like you wake up and fall asleep every day. Maintaining your car’s health awards greater performance.


    You’ll Know How to Quickly Interpret Warning Indicator Signs

    Especially with newer car models, the dashboard of the vehicle can display various types of signal lights to suggest or warn the driver of any potential threat, hazard, or warning. Since newer models are typically filled with various sensors, the model usually accompanies complimentary sensor indicators, as well. From signs that display tire skids, low tire pressure, low coolant supply, etc. – there’s no true way of quickly determining which sign is which. This is especially true if you have no prior knowledge of reading the manual, as well. In times of sudden danger, when a warning displays on your dashboard, it’s best to quickly understand and tackle the task. By reading your car’s manual, you’ll have a greater understanding of what your car’s current status is.


    You May Be Covered Under Warranty

    While every driver should carry insurance, it might be surprising to find that their vehicle parts or repairs may be covered under their warranty. Before condoning in unnecessary repairs or costly maintenance fees, read your car’s manual. You may be eligible for more coverage on your car, than expected. By reading the warranty print, you’ll have a deeper knowledge in manufacturer-recommended repairs and vehicle parts.


    You’ll Have a Better Understanding of How to Configure Your Car’s Settings

    Whether you want more bass in your music, need to defrost your windshield, or alter your windshield wiper’s speed, reading your car’s manual will help guide you in configuring the computer’s settings to your particular liking.


    Doing What’s Best for the Long-Run

    With these 5 main reasons to read your car’s manual, you’ll not only help yourself, but everyone else around you. By increasing your knowledge of your vehicle’s particular needs, parts, settings, and maintenance, you are raising the level of safety and precision in your driving ethic.


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