Vehicle Service In Ghana
Vehicle service in Ghana,When you drive for the first time in a while there’s no set time span to keep an engine off. Provided your car is properly maintained during that time, e.g. you warm the engine up and drive once every couple of weeks, it should be fine.
When you start driving again for the first time in a while, here’s what to do;
• First up, make sure your car tax, insurance and MOT are up to date. If you need an MOT, you’ve been granted a six-month extension due to the Ghana government’s lockdown, so arrange your first trip to be a garage for a pre-booked MOT.
• Check tyre pressure. You can find the recommended PSI (pounds per square inch) figure in your manual or online.
• Check under the bonnet for signs of rust or damage, and make sure nothing’s nesting there (also check pipes and hoses for signs of chewing).
• Check all fluid levels before you start the engine.
• Gently check your brakes (and handbrake) for corrosion. If the handbrake was