Driving Your Car At Optimal Performance In SA

Rising fuel costs, a weakening rand and a tougher economic environment, alongside an ever-increasing interest rate and generally negative sentiment among consumers, are just some of the factors attributed to the biggest decline this year so far in new vehicle sales in South Africa.
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Published: Wednesday, November 11th 2015
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Article courtesy of: BizCommunity 
The National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa (NAAMSA) reported a 9% year-on-year drop, with passenger car sales of the total market making up a 13,2% fall year-on-year.
Motorists are holding onto their vehicles for longer, so the need to maintain your car and get as much value out of it as possible is becoming increasingly important.
Aftermarket Solutions has launched easy-to-follow tips for ensuring that you not only gain optimal vehicle performance, but also make greater savings in the long run.
  • Consolidate your tripsDriving
Frequent, sometimes unnecessary driving not only consumes fuel, but also adds to our congested roads and highways. Save time and fuel by tackling several errands in one trip.
  • Keep your windows closed
Open windows add drag to a vehicle, which contributes to higher petrol bills. Keeping your windows up and the airconditioner on helps improve the aerodynamics of your vehicle and saves you fuel.
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