But let's say something about the most common cases of vehicle damage and how to prevent them. In this case, however, we are not talking primarily about the accident, but rather about various cases where the vehicle is damaged by mechanical damage or by a third party.
2. Poor roads - many of our roads are not in ideal condition. Therefore, especially when driving in a city or town, increase your attention not only to what is happening around you but also to what you see on the road. Especially after the winter months, the roads are in bad condition. It is good to be careful about potholes especially if your vehicle has a lower chassis. Narrow one-way roads in housing estates and the water puddles can also be also trappy. These can cause you very unpleasant damage to the vehicle.
3. Driving on highways - we already know that the most common accidents on highways and speedways are, unfortunately, accidents with other vehicles. But what may happen?
• Windscreen damage - if you are driving too close to another vehicle, or if there is a large truck in front of you, it may shoot a stone into your windshield. Avoid driving close to other cars, if possible;
• Beast - unfortunately, these cases are increasingly common. It happens that wild animals or dogs may cross the road. There is no universal advice here - but we recommend - be cautious. Keep your eyes open. It's worse if you can't slow down your ride to avoid a collision. In this case, experts say it is better not to avoid a collision than to twist the steering wheel into the opposite direction which can be more dangerous.
Be aware of your surroundings while driving because there is a number of situations that can damage the vehicle. The good news is that if you stay cautious before, during and after driving, whether you are in a hurry or not, you can avoid a lot of trouble.