Post-2002 or sometime in 2003 (don't remember exactly when) the Govt. had made it a mandatory requirement for all new vehicles to be equipped with a Warning Triangle, Spare headlight bulbs & a First-Aid kit. Hence, the reason why some of you got the kits & some did not. No manufacturer can now sell a new vehicle without these.
Vid - What year is your car?
Last edited by iraghava : 6th March 2007 at 11:49.
It’s common feeling in India that once you go through Teflon coating your paint is protected. Right and wrong.
Also to add to Rudras post : My Esteem was coated with Teflon but it obviously wasnt made for our extreme climatic conditions. Parked for the entire day under direct sunlight, the coating on the roof cracked and fragmented. It looked plain horrible! Vitesse did give us a recoat but whats the point?
My Esteem was coated with Teflon but it obviously wasnt made for our extreme climatic conditions. Parked for the entire day under direct sunlight, the coating on the roof cracked and fragmented.
My Safari is coated with Teflon and is always parked outside ( house and office).. Can someone tell me how to avoid all this.. I dont want to put a body cover as that gathers dust and can cause scratches while putting it on or taking it off the car..
1. Remote-locking security system: Not only for the added security, but also for convenience.
2. Steering Grip lock / Gear Lock: Great way of theft prevention.
3. Headlight bulb upgrade: Only if stock bulbs are inadequate. Upgrade headlight bulbs to more powerful ones with the appropriate relay and wiring.
4. Mirror Lock: Some cars require this to prevent theft of standard wing mirrors.