Month: November 2020

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Worried about how to regularly maintain your tractor?

Tractors are the most important part of your agricultural toolkit. It’s your key to good yield and a trophy of successful produce. Which is why, looking after your tractor and caring for it is important. From motor oil leaks, tire burnouts, loose valves and engine pistons, you need to keep a check on every part of your tractor. To make that process easy, Here are a few tips to make regular maintenance of tractors easy. […]

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Looking to buy a two-wheeler this festive season? Keep this checklist handy

The festive season in India has always been celebrated with much enthusiasm and pomp. As this auspicious time nears, you may be looking to buy a two-wheeler to make personal transport easy. With the steady onslaught of more vehicles on the roads and the increasing traffic congestion, a two-wheeler is greatly advantageous for daily commute. However, we understand that this is not an easy decision to make and there are many factors which can influence […]

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What are the tips to select the right vehicles for your fleet business?

With travel restrictions being lifted recently, people have begun taking road trips, visiting their relatives and stepping out of their homes just for some fresh air. If you’ve decided to cater to those wanting to travel now, and are thinking of beginning your very own fleet business, you may want to take note of a few things that will help you get the best out of a major investment. Knowing the type of vehicle you […]

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Tactics to extend Diesel Engine Life

Diesel vehicles, though more efficient in the long run, are priced higher than vehicles that run on petrol. This is primarily because vehicles with diesel engines provide more benefits to the users and the environment as compared to petrol run vehicles. So while you own an expensive engine which has inherently higher maintenance costs, there is a sense of fear with regard to damage to the parts and components that may affect the lifespan of […]

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Taking your bike out after lockdown: things to remember

The pandemic has had us locked indoors and our motorbikes locked in garages for quite a while now. However, life is returning to a relative amount of normalcy and with months of leaving our bikes unused, it’s now finally the time to treat them with some TLC. The long duration of inactivity and lack of use your motorcycles may have left them in a poor state. So it isn’t advised to just hop on and […]