As the rainy season is approaching, we have monsoon trouble trying to sneak its way to your car. There are a lot of issues such as water-logged roads, low visibility, high humidity, and increased bacteria too. These can be a pain while driving and also affect your car in the long run. Here we have the 5 ways monsoon can wreak havoc on your car:
When it rains, the roads get a little cleaned up and waterlogged later, but things do seem to get messy. And even the little walk from your office to where your car is parked might catch a lot of dirt on your floor mats. To avoid that, you can always go with washable floor mats; they are affordable and readily available as we cater to customized floor mats to fit your car perfectly.
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During monsoon, the humidity also increases, leading to increased fungal & bacteria growth in the interior. And if you are getting in your car drenched or even with wet issues, it will result in a foul smell later. Our Carbon C4 car air purifier will help you keep all the unwanted smells away and keep your car as fresh as new. You can even get a deep cleaning & sanitization of the interior by just reaching out to us.
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Highway driving during heavy rains can be difficult due to the extreme visibility issues. The windshield and ORVMs both go through the visibility issues adding to the inconvenience while driving. While the ORVMs can be taken care of by our anti-fog membrane, we have the rain repellant wax for your windshield.
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In India, we have a lot of potholes that are filled with water & during monsoon. In addition to that, we have several roads and areas waterlogged due to improper drainage systems, and crossing these roads is not a pleasant experience for your exposed underbody of the car. You can prevent that by getting our preventive underbody coating which will protect the essential parts and offer rust & corrosion resistance while maintaining the resale value.
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In areas with high amounts of rain and waterlogging, cars tend to get partially submerged at times. We have water entering the interior cabin and messing up with the electrical systems too, causing malfunctions. So it’s better to keep all the wires & insulations in check to avoid short circuits and, above all, avoid any waterlogged areas if possible. And if you feel anything is fishy or hear any unwanted noises, you can always connect with us for an inspection.
These were the few ways monsoons could affect your car and how you can avoid them. Monsoon drives can be fun with the drizzle, but we must also take care of the issues. Feel free to reach out to us in case of any issues, and your car will be in the best hands.