RuahineMo­tors

CHB Mail - - Property Brokers -

Call in to see our friendly, ex­pe­ri­enced team for all your ve­hi­cle ser­vic­ing/is­sues/re­pairs and get your ve­hi­cle back on the road to

get you where you need to go. Fol­low these tips to en­sure your travel is a safe and plea­sur­able ex­pe­ri­ence for you and oth­ers on the road.

• Plan ahead. Take a little time to make sure that you and your ve­hi­cle are safe be­fore start­ing your jour­ney.

• Be alert to changes. Check in­for­ma­tion on high­way con­di­tions for up­dates about route changes, de­lays, clo­sures and in­ci­dents.

• Drive to the con­di­tions

• Watch out for fa­tigue. Plan to get enough rest be­fore­hand so that you drive fresh. You should plan in ad­vance where you’ll take breaks on your trip.

• Keep an eye out for chil­dren. Re­mem­ber you’re shar­ing the road

CEN­TRAL HAWKE’S BAY Be­fore you travel:

• Have your ve­hi­cle checked.

• Check that your war­rant of fit­ness and reg­is­tra­tion are up to date.

• Check that you have a cur­rent driver li­cence. If it's ex­pired or close to ex­piry, you'll need to re­new it be­fore start­ing your jour­ney.

• When buy­ing or hir­ing a ve­hi­cle, al­ways choose the safest ve­hi­cle you can af­ford.

• When pack­ing your ve­hi­cle, make sure ev­ery­thing is se­curely stowed. Even small ob­jects can be­come dan­ger­ous mis­siles in the event of a sud­den stop or crash.

• Buckle up.

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