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  • Looking after your car during lockdown
    by MasterTorque on April 7, 2020 at 1:56 pm

    If your family or the cars in your fleet will not be used for the duration of the lockdown, it is advisable to take steps to prevent facing dead batteries once the lockdown is lifted. In addition to this, dirty cars, empty tanks and many other factors need to be considered as you lock up The post Looking after your car during lockdown appeared first on Mastertorque.

  • Motoring industry steps up
    by MasterTorque on April 7, 2020 at 11:57 am

    Countries all over the world have been hard hit by the COVID-19 pandemic and even when we start to see the light at the end of the tunnel, there are challenging times ahead for all. The motoring fraternity, in South Africa and beyond, has stepped up during this time to find ways to ease the The post Motoring industry steps up appeared first on Mastertorque.

  • Sharing the road with emergency vehicles
    by MasterTorque on April 7, 2020 at 10:00 am

    While the roads should be emptier during lockdown, emergency vehicles responding to cases that may be related to COVID-19 could still encounter drivers in their way on the roads. South African drivers have gained notoriety for not showing the courtesy and respect that emergency vehicles need.   According to the managing director of MasterDrive, Eugene The post Sharing the road with emergency vehicles appeared first on Mastertorque.

  • Weekday Wit
    by MasterTorque on April 7, 2020 at 9:14 am

    Fonts Comic Sans and Calibri walk into a bar. “Hey get out of here,” shouts the bartender, “We don’t serve your type here!”   What is an adjective? During a lesson about adjectives, an elementary school teacher asks her class to describe their mothers. One boy described his mother’s hair as auburn. Impressed by his The post Weekday Wit appeared first on Mastertorque.

  • The danger of cracks and chips
    by MasterTorque on April 3, 2020 at 1:15 pm

    If you have a crack or chip in your windscreen that you have not yet repaired, it might be time to do so as winter looms. Cracks in a windscreen can be affected by all weather but in winter, cold temperatures make the windscreen more concave and consequently place more pressure on the crack. One The post The danger of cracks and chips appeared first on Mastertorque.