1- You should check the oil, water and tires frequently, even if the vehicle does not run a long mileage periodically.
2- Make sure that there are no moving or non-moving materials or vehicles that may damage the vehicle in the parking places.
3- Always leave the license and key with you when leaving the vehicle, do not leave the vehicle's key and license on the vehicle, even in case of short-term leaving, put the vehicle in the parked position.
4- Park your car as much as possible in the parking lot and do not leave the key on it, if the car is stolen or an accident occurs if the key is given by you, it is not covered by the insurance.
5- In case of any malfunctions or personal concerns about the vehicle, please contact the contact numbers given to you without intervening. Doing so may damage the vehicle and may result in user error.
6- Speed ​​limits are 50 km / h in the city, 90 km / h in the city, 120 km / h in the motorways.
7- If you use more than 5000 kilometers during your rental period, ask the office about the mileage that the vehicle needs to be serviced, this is important both for you to make a safer journey and to keep the vehicle under warranty.

1- Do not overspeed, do not drive at high speeds,
2- Avoid sudden starting and braking,
3- When going downhill, take your foot off the gas; Do not shift into neutral, do not switch off the ignition,
4- Turn off the engine, do not run at idle,
5- In summer, use the air conditioner as needed. Do not keep it open throughout the journey.

Turkey is a country which is a precipitation zone. In a country that spends half of the year in rainy weather, there are vital points for drivers to pay attention to in rainy weather. So what are these?
During overtaking, the wipers of the vehicle should be operated at the highest speed.
The dipped beam headlamps should be kept on.
On heavy rain and muddy roads, the front, rear lights, stops, signals and brake lights should be wiped off at regular intervals.
The brakes must be pressed lightly for a short time to dry the wet brake pads after entering the water bodies.
Wet shoes should be wiped with a cloth to prevent the shoes from slipping from the brake pedal in case of emergency.
It should be avoided in rainy weather, as it is more likely to step on the gas more than necessary, apply braking hard, turn the steering wheel abruptly and quickly pull the foot from the clutch as this will start the sliding movement more easily.
The speed and the sudden movements should be avoided because the dust and oils accumulated on the road surface when the rain first rains will make the road more slippery.
Aquaplaning (gliding over the water cushion) event occurs when the temple enters the puddles that occur during rain. In such cases, the steering wheel must be held firmly and the foot must be released from the throttle, the brake must be applied very slowly and sudden movements must be avoided.

Switch on your dipped and front fog lights. One of the mistakes made while driving in the fog is the illumination of high beam headlights. When the high-beam headlights are switched on, the foggy zone in front will come in the form of a light wall and hinder visibility.
Do not forget to turn on your dipped beam as well as the front fog lamps. Another mistake made by the drivers in foggy weather is that all headlamps are switched off and only the front fog lamps are switched on. This will prevent oncoming drivers from seeing the exact dimensions of the vehicle and may cause accidents.
Follow the signs on the side of the road, not the road lines. Deleted road lines can mislead you and cause danger.
If it is necessary to stop on the roadside due to any problem in foggy weather, the hazard warning lights must be lit and the reflector must be installed 100 meters from the vehicle to detect the drivers coming from behind.
Do not light your hazard warning flashers while on the move. Another error that drivers make when driving in the fog is that the four flashers are lit for sight. The hazard warning lighters should only be lit in the event of a hazard and when the vehicle is stationary.
Increase your tracking distance. When driving in the fog, it is necessary to pay attention to the follow-up distance. Because the fog is water vapor, it will wet the road. Therefore, the braking distance will be longer than on dry ground. When a vehicle traveling at 100 km / h on normal ground brakes, it stops at 44-50 meters, while the fog can reach up to 100 meters. In foggy weather, the distance to the vehicle ahead must be greater than normal. For example, a vehicle traveling at a speed of 60 km / s should have the same speed as the vehicle ahead, ie 60 meters.
Fog will also prevent pedestrians from seeing, especially on urban roads. This face
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