Truth be told, the excitement to sit behind the steering wheel of your new car is barely controllable. All you want to do is rev up the engine and test the performance limits promised in the specs. You might want to reconsider the urges because things could go south sooner than expected.
What most car buyers do not know until they open up the owner’s manual is that there is a breaking process for every brand new car. For the first 1,000miles, the car needs a special kind of handling. Here are a few don’ts to take you through handling a brand new car. 1. Avoid Full Throttle
This is also known as flooring.
This is operating the car at maximum velocity. Flooring at full throttle will wear down the piston rings and damage the engine.
2. Do not use max RPM’s
Manufacturers advise not to exceed 4000 RPM’s (Revolutions Per [...]