Tuesday, 27 December 2016

HAPPY NEW YEAR 2017

Another year is heading ahead and people are excited to welcome the coming year with lots of fun, love, and happiness. A new year is the fresh start of the year that brings is prosperity and good luck for the entire year. Are you ready with your plans to celebrate the New Year? If no, then go ahead to make the plan and celebrate the day in a unique way and your own style. There are no rules set to making plans. You are free to decide what you want to do. But do remove some time for your near and dear ones and greet them with the New Year 2017 wishes and make their day special by showing the gesture of love and care for them.

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Thursday, 17 November 2016

Friday, 5 August 2016

Motor Vehicle (Amendment) Bill 2016 gets Cabinet’s approval.



India is infamous for featuring among the top countries with the highest number of fatal road accidents. According to government statistics, 1.5 lakh people end up losing their lives annually on our roads. The sad and alarming bit is that year after year, the number of fatalities related to road accidents isn’t decreasing. This time around, our road safety record could change for good as the Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi has approved the Motor Vehicle (Amendment) Bill 2016.

The new bill proposes to amend 68 out of the 223 sections in the current Motor Vehicle Act. In order to improve road safety, the new bill has proposed to increase the penalties levied for traffic violations. Some of the key changes proposed include increasing the fine for driving without license to Rs 5,000 from the current Rs 1,000. In case of speed limit violations, a fine of Rs 2,000 for medium passenger vehicles and Rs 1,000 for light motor vehicles has been proposed instead of the existing Rs 400.

If caught driving without a valid insurance, a penalty of Rs 2,000 has been proposed compared to the current Rs 1,000. Despite authorities trying their best to curb the menace of drunken driving, cases continue to be reported regularly. The new bill has proposed a penalty of Rs 10,000 for those caught driving under the influence of alcohol, up from the current Rs 2,000.

Across the cities in India, government authorities have been urging two-wheeler users to always wear a helmet while riding. The Maharashtra government has made helmet compulsory for the pillion rider. The Cuttack Police Commissionerate has implemented a ‘no helmet, no fuel’ rule in Cuttack. For riding a two-wheeler without a helmet, a penalty of Rs 1,000 along with cancellation of license for three months has been proposed. The current penalty is a measly Rs 100 which hardly acts as a deterrent.

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Sunday, 20 March 2016

Time to replace the car battery.


Remember the battery helps your car to start whenever you want to use your car
and it provides power to the car accessories and electronic parts. Furthermore, some of the electronic parts use power from
the battery whether the car is on or off. The consistent supply is only dependable if the battery is in good health.
Just like you have other car, components checked and replaced if the need be, do not overlook the battery. Regular test
will let you know when you need to install a new one. Once again, make sure you go for something that will not disappoint you.
If you are not sure where to start looking, then you can try reading some reviews first. Let us face it; you will eventually
have to replace your car battery. That means you should learn and benefit from the information shared online and make a sound
decision. Car batteries vary in price and can range from height to location. Most of the batteries will disappoint especially after the 
first 3 to 4 years. Although reviews are biased on the brand depending on other facts, you will be able to settle for a battery.
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Sunday, 13 March 2016

Battery frequantly asked question

 Does battery perform its functions?
A battery is a device that converts chemical energy into electrical energy. Batteries have two electrodes the positive electrodes and negative electrodes. The voltage runs through a chemical called an electrolyte. The electrical energy used by the car system. The car battery also provides energy to light and other element of car .healthy car battery will perform the functions it is designed to perform. The load on the battery should never be greater than the (13v) power supplied by the alternator.
Choosing a car battery?
For choosing a car battery you should take into account following point What are the size and dimension of your main car battery? What are the cold Cranking Amps needs to power the particular Vehicle? Each Automobile batteries has its warranty period choose what suites best for your car
When you are changing battery or cleaning the terminals, is it crucial to remove the ground wire first?
First of all you should check the type of grounding system the vehicle has. . If you remove the positive connector first in a negative ground system, you risk the chance of creating a spark. That could happen if the metal tool you're using to remove the positive terminal connector comes in contact with any piece of metal on the car. If you are working near the battery when this occurs, it might create an ignition source that could cause the battery to explode. It's extremely important to remove the ground source first
How can you know that your battery is brand new?
You need to make sure they're fresh and damage-free. Make sure that the battery you buy is produced by a known and respected manufacturer, and that it's fully charged and ready to start your car. Look on the side of a battery casing for a special label or decal. You'll find the month and year that the battery was shipped from the manufacturer's plant. The letters 'A' through 'M' represent months of the year. For example, 'A' is January and 'M' is December. The letter 'I' is not used. The numbers 1 through 9 denotes the year of manufacture. Therefore, if the sticker on your batter reads L4, you know that it was manufactured in November 2004.
What does CCA mean?
"CCA" stands for "Cold Cranking Amperes". This is a rating used by the battery industry to define the battery’s ability to start (crank) an engine under low- temperature conditions. Cranking an engine requires a large amount of current for a short time span. The Battery Council International defines CCA as "the discharge load in amperes which a new, fully-charged battery at 0ºF can deliver for 30 seconds and maintain a voltage of 1.20 volts per cell or higher."
What does "CA" stand for?
"CA" stands for "Cranking Amps". According to the BCI, this is "the discharge load in amperes which a new, fully-charged battery at 32ºF can continuously deliver for 30 seconds while maintaining a terminal voltage equal to or higher than 1.20 volts per cell." The CA rating of a battery may be misleading, since it can be up to 30% higher than its CCA rating. The Battery Council International requires that a battery carrying a statement of its CA performance must also carry a statement of CCA capacity. 
How important is reserve capacity?
Reserve Capacity, (RC) is a battery industry rating, In order for starting current to flow, the battery voltage must be at or above a minimum voltage level and the electrical circuit must be complete. As current is withdrawn, the battery’s voltage lowers. Normally, the engine starts and runs without sustained or repeated cranks
Reserve capacity is the number of minutes a battery can maintain a useful voltage under a 25 ampere discharge. The higher the minute rating, the greater the battery's ability to run lights, pumps, inverters, and electronics for a longer period before recharging is necessary. The 25 Amp. Reserve Capacity Rating is more realistic than Amp-Hour or CCA as a measurement of capacity for deep cycle service.
What can excessive heat do to a battery?
Extreme heat causes the corrosion and chemical processes inside the battery to accelerate. Both of these processes shorten the life of the battery. In addition, high heat causes the battery’s fluid to evaporate more rapidly.
When my car won't start, how do I know for sure if my battery really needs to be replaced?
If your start battery your motor is experiencing slow or interrupted turnover; your instrument panel indicates battery discharge for extended periods after the engine is running; your battery seems to lose power quickly in cold or extended starts; your headlights dim at idle.
How do I safely jumpstart my battery?
It's easy to jump start your car if you have a dead battery. Batteries go dead for all sorts of reasons, but usually it's our fault. This is a good thing, because that means a simple jump-start will get you back on the road with no permanent damage. What You'll Need Another car, running , Jumper cables , Safety glasses , Wire brush (optional for cleaning connections)
You'll need to park the running car next to the dead car in such a way that the jumper cables can reach both batteries. If you aren't sure where the batteries are under each hood, take a peek before you park.
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Tuesday, 26 January 2016

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Sunday, 24 January 2016

How Often Should You Replace Your Car Battery?

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When you’re shopping for a new car, which features do you pay the most attention to? Most of us judge a car based on its engine capacity, its fuel efficiency, its size or the level of comfort it offers.
Few of us, on the other hand, pay much attention to our car’s battery. As one of the most important parts of any modern vehicle, your car’s battery manages a massive range of tasks and devices, from starting the engine to powering in-car computers.
In addition to changing your oil, replacing air filters and other general service tasks, taking care of your car’s battery is one of the most effective ways to ensure your car runs smoothly and without any problems.
Flat or damaged batteries are one of the top causes

for roadside assistance calls, and a huge amount of breakdowns occur because of batteries that are simply too old for the job they’re performing.
In this guide, we’ll break down the facts regarding your car’s battery and help you determine when it’s time to choose a replacement. We’ll also share car-specific tips to help you get the most from your vehicle’s battery and extend its lifespan.
Batteries can become worn down in as little as three years
Although batteries can last for five years or more when properly cared for, most car batteries will become worn down and inefficient within three years of everyday use in normal conditions.
Just like your computer or Smartphone’s battery becomes less efficient with every charge, your car’s battery
 gradually deteriorates every time it’s charged up by the vehicle’s engine. After three years, it’s normally time to install a replacement.
After four or five years, most car batteries will be almost completely unreliable. Old car batteries can present a number of safety and reliability issues. Luckily, it’s easy to identify if your car’s battery is nearing the end of its lifespan.
Does your car’s electrical system respond like it should?
Even a car with a highly defective battery will function properly once it’s running, since much of the charge for the battery will come from the engine. This makes the best time to test your car’s battery shortly after you switch your vehicle on.
Your car can still start quickly, even with a failing battery. However, features that have significant power demands that are powered by the battery, like headlights, may not function as well as they should.
Try starting your car at night with the headlights switched on. Are they dim? If the headlights look overly dim, put the vehicle in park or neutral and rev the engine. If the battery is failing, the headlights will get brighter as you apply the accelerator.
This is a great way to check if your battery is starting to fail. A completely broken battery is even easier to spot: when you turn the key in the ignition or push your car’s ignition switch, it won’t start at all.
The newer your car, the bigger the strain on its battery
As a general rule, the more sophisticated your car’s on-board computers are, the bigger the strain on its battery. Many new cars have powerful computers that are operating all the time, even when the vehicle itself is parked and switched off.
These computers can draw energy from your car’s battery at a slow, steady rate, wearing it down over time. Although the charge each computer draws is tiny, the aggregate effect can drain your car’s battery when it sits unused for a long time.
If you use your car infrequently, avoid letting its battery become drained by on-board computer systems by taking it for a short drive – around the block once or twice will do – to recharge its battery every week or two.
Check your battery frequently to avoid breaking down
The next time you take your car into the garage for a routine service, make sure to ask for its battery to be checked. Battery wear isn’t always steady – your vehicle’s battery could go from 90% performance to 20% over the course of a few months.
Testing a battery is easy, and every reputable garage or repair shop will have its own set of electronic testers on hand to test yours. Regular tests can reveal when your battery needs to be replaced and help you avoid embarrassing breakdowns.
If your battery is showing signs of wear and hasn’t been replaced in two or three years, don’t take any risks. Car batteries are inexpensive, and the small cost of a replacement is worth it to avoid the stress of a roadside breakdown.
Cars with stop-start technology may need special batteries
Does your car use stop-start technology to save petrol? Cars with engines that are designed to automatically switch off when at a standstill place a greater strain on their batteries than standard vehicles, and often need to use a special battery.
If your car has stop-start technology and you’re replacing its battery yourself, make sure you purchase a suitable replacement. Your nearest automotive shop will stock a battery designed to accommodate your vehicle’s extra needs.
By the way, if you’re replacing your battery yourself – which is quite simple on many cars – it’s important that you dispose of it safely.
 Find your nearest hazardous waste disposal service and never throw your car battery out with the rest of your rubbish.
Care for your battery well to extend its lifespan
Just like driving aggressively will wear down your vehicle’s tyres and brakes, driving without thinking about your battery will reduce its lifespan. If you take good care of your battery, you’ll be able to get far more life out of it than usual.
Do you want to extend your car battery’s lifespan? Use the following tips to get the most out of your car battery and extend its functional lifespan beyond the standard three-year mark:
• Service your car frequently to prevent an inefficient engine and other vehicle components from straining the battery
• Never leave your lights or air conditioning on while your vehicle is switched off, as they’ll drain the battery
• Drive your car frequently (at least once every week) to prevent the battery from becoming too drained
• Check your battery after you’ve driven off road or on a bumpy road, as the impacts can loosen its connections
• Make sure your car battery’s terminals and casings are kept clean and free of dirt, dust and grit
Is it time to replace your car’s battery?

When was the last time you replaced your car’s battery? Whether your car works as new or its lights and other electronic devices are starting to show signs of age, there is no bad time to check your battery’s condition.
Changing your car’s battery every 2-3 years will keep it running at its best and help you avoid embarrassing roadside or car park breakdowns. Is it time to replace your car’s battery?