5. Say Goodbye To Foggy Headlights

Foggy headlights are rather dangerous because they can impact the quality of your lights at night. If your lights are too foggy, it can cause accidents, and it will be dangerous for other people on the road. 

Say Goodbye To Foggy Headlights

While you could pay to get them fixed, you might as well save some money. Take toothpaste and rub it all over the headlights. Let it sit for a minute or two before rubbing it off with a clean cloth. You can repeat this until the fog is lifted. 

6. Never Get Locked Out Of Your Car Again

Today, most new vehicles have electric locks that do not rely on keys. This comes with many pros and cons, but what do you do when it stops working? Even cars that don’t require a key have a manual lock in case of emergencies. 

Never Get Locked Out Of Your Car Again

If your electric key fails you, look for a small plastic piece on the edge of the door handle. If you remove this piece, you will find a manual lock underneath. In an emergency, this will be a lifesaver to help you get into the car. Advertisement

7. Keep Your Wipers Warm And Cozy

If you live in a colder climate, you have probably experienced your windshield wipers freezing under piles of snow. Not only does this make winter days difficult, but over time, this can ruin your wipers and cost you more money in the long run. 

Keep Your Wipers Warm And Cozy

Luckily, there is an easy fix to protect your wipers from freezing and getting damaged. Take a pair of long socks and put them over the wipers to prevent them from freezing on harsh winter nights. You can also do this with mirrors, so they don’t freeze either. 

8. Which Side Is Your Gas Tank On?

If you have ever gotten in someone’s car that you weren’t familiar with, it is confusing to figure out where the gas tank is. It is quite embarrassing to pull up the wrong side of the gas pump and have to get back into your car to move it. 

Which Side Is Your Gas Tank On?

Luckily, there is an easy way to know without getting out of the car. When you look at the gas gauge, next to the pump’s picture is a little arrow. This will show you which side the tank is on, so you know where it is located in any car you drive. 

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