1. Check the vehicles before departure every day. Every day before departure, a comprehensive inspection of the vehicle should be carried out, including whether there is oil leakage or not (see whether there are oil and sewage marks on the floor of the car); tire pressure should be measured to see if the tire pressure is appropriate; oil condition should be checked (draw out the oil gauge to see if the color of the oil on it is normal, whether the oil height is appropriate); and don't forget to check whether the spare tire is intact, etc. After starting, first hang the second gear and drive at low speed, check whether the brakes are working properly by stepping on the brakes, and confirm that everything is normal before turning to normal driving.
2. Refuel in time. Fill up the car before long distance running. When the fuel volume is less than half, you should go to the big gas station. Don't wait for the fuel lamp to turn on before you find the gas station. This will be very passive.
3. Strictly prevent fatigue driving. Long-distance driving, first of all, should avoid fatigue driving. Fatigue driving is one of the main causes of accidents. If you have a co-driver, it's better to rotate every two hours. If you feel sleepy, you should stop for a short break and never rush.
4. Traffic accidents caused by tire burst at high speed are the most frequent and dangerous. Therefore, before traveling, we must check the wear and tear of tire surface to see whether there are bulging cracks on the surface and whether there are rigid injuries caused by blunt instruments. If there are such situations, we should repair and maintain them before traveling. If conditions permit, it is best to remove the tire to check whether there is a wound inside the tire, because the wound hidden inside is often the culprit of the accident. If there is really no time for meticulous tire detection and replacement, at least the tire in question should be changed to the rear wheel to minimize the occurrence of accidents.
5. Pay attention to the use of seat belts. Seat belts can sometimes provide you with as much protection as airbags when a car crashes violently. Don't drive tiredly. Take a rest every two hours.
6. Children should sit in the back seat as far as possible. When driving long distances, children should not be seated in the front seat alone. Because many cars are equipped with airbags in the co-driver position, the impact of the airbags when they pop up is great. Although it can protect adults’ safety, it will bring accidents to children.
7. Perfume bottles and all kinds of glass and metal ornaments should not be glued to the instrument bench in front of the co-driver. It is suggested that you place them in the instrument bench position between the front and the co-driver so as to make them both beautiful and safe.
8. Do not brake abruptly. When driving in winter, it is possible to encounter icy wet and slippery road surface. At this time, it is necessary to rely on gear and engine braking to slow down the speed of the vehicle. Do not brake quickly. If a four-wheel-drive car is a four-wheel-drive car, it should be hung on the four-wheel-drive, which can greatly reduce the risk of vehicle out of control caused by four-wheel skidding.
Special tips: In case of snow and ice pavement, installing anti-skid chains on driving wheels is an effective safety precaution measure.