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Old 01-14-2013, 11:35 AM
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Default Car should keep maintenance in autumn

In autumn, dew is heavily on morning and evening. So it is necessary for the car to keep maintenance.

If the car had scratches or other wounds that would be corrosion by dew. We should try our best to keep the car dry, and clean it timely, when necessary; we can re-paint or polishing waxing the car, so as to prevent the bodywork from rust effectively.

Besides, the tire needs special maintenance. Firstly, we must examine the outside of the tire constantly that ensure it havenít Scratches and damage; secondly we should keep the pressure is sufficient and constant, while the tread cannot be ignored. With the use time increased, the tread will faded, the friction of the tire will reduce. Itís dangerous for us to drive on a rainy day. Itís important for us to inspect and repair the tire timely.

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Old 01-28-2013, 12:04 PM
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Hi, catcaca
Yes you are right. During the Autumn season, Car needs special care and maintenance. The proper pressure should be maintained for tires, if there is a dent or scratch it should be fixed properly, because it can cause to corrosion which results in car body damage.
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