In the Corona period, keep these things for a long journey.
During the long journey, keep necessary use medicines and bandages in your car. You can use them if your health worsens. You will not have to go to the medical shop due to lockdown. Also, keep a spare wheel in your car.
New Delhi. The second wave of Corona virus has arrived in the country. Due to which, there is an atmosphere of chaos. Weekly lockdown has been imposed in many states and weekend lockdown in many places. In such a situation, if you travel a short or long distance from your car, then keep some work things in your car. All these things can relieve you from the hassle caused in the journey. Let us tell you about 5 such important things. Medicines and Wheels – During the long journey, keep necessary use medicines and bandages in your car. You can use them if your health worsens. You will not have to go to the medical shop due to lockdown. Also, keep a spare wheel in your car. Also Read: Maruti Dzire Electric Model Is Going To Be Launched, These Special Features Will Be Available With A Range Of 240KM Manuals and Documents – Do keep documents and manuals in your car such as license, insurance pollution control certificate, fuses, oil upgradation etc. All these prevent your journey from getting interrupted.Toolkit – Keep a basic toolkit such as a hammer, set of screw divers, spanners etc. in your car. If the tire of the car gets punctured on the way, then you can change the tire yourself using the jack. This is a very useful thing in a long journey. Also Read: 2021 Honda HR-V Unveiled, Hybrid Powertrain Will Get In This SUV, Learn Everything Spray – Keep a spray of WD40 in your car. Many times the nuts of your car get jammed which are not easy to open. In this case, you can use WD40 spray to open the nut. This spray can also be used to repel mosquitoes.
Battery Kit – You must keep the jumper start cable in your car. If your car’s battery goes down on the way, then with the help of this jumper start cable, you can charge your car battery from another car. You can also keep a multimeter in the car to check the voltage of the car’s battery.