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Survive Manila’s Rainy Season Like A Pro This 2022 [UPDATED]

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The rainy season has started and traffic is getting worse. The roads are wet and slippery, the gutters are starting to overflow and floodwater is just looming around the corner.

With this inevitable reality, here’s a handy rainy season car checklist so you can prevent this kind of situation like a PRO this 2022. 

Brakes and batteries must be in mint condition

Because the roads are slippery this season, have your brake pads checked if they still have enough friction and if your brake discs are still at par with industry standards.

Also remember to keep track of your car battery and have it replaced if needed. It’s important you look after this since this buddy works extra hard and exerts extra pressure to safely get you to your destination, all the while making sure that your headlights, air conditioning, wipers, and radio are all working. What a multi-tasker! 

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Clean windshields, windows, and headlights are the way to go

It’s a no-brainer when driving that your sight is your best ally, especially when driving through bad weather conditions. Make sure that your windshield, headlights, and windows are squeaky clean to have a clear view of the road as this is vital for your safety.

rainy season car checklist: windshield

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Check your wheels

During this season, your tires must be in top condition. Slippery roads can lead to accidents, so before heading out, ensure that your tires are in good shape, aligned, and properly inflated. And don’t forget your spare tire and tools at all costs!

car wheels

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Level up your wiper game

Your car’s wipers are the most hardworking pair this season. They ensure visibility during your drive under the heavy rain. Check the washer fluid before you head out and remember to be aware of squeaks and jerks so you can fix it right away.

wipers

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Keep it slow and steady

rainy season car checklist: slow down

A word of advice: Don’t hurry when the road is slippery. Wet roads require you to drive slower than you normally would as this will give you better traction. And of course, would keep the roads safer.

Don’t be stingy on spaces

keep distance

Be patient and keep a considerable distance between the car in front of you and the car behind you. Remember this precaution to avoid accidents.

When in doubt, wait it out

wait for the rain to stop

You don’t necessarily have to weather through the heavy rain. When you’re having a hard time driving in this condition, you can always opt to stop somewhere like a gas station to wait it out. Better safe than sorry, right?

Get charged up!

Charge your phone

And last in our rainy season car checklist, is to make sure you have a fully-charged phone and a high capacity powerbank. This way, you can contact your friends and family when emergencies happen. It’s also handy when you need to call Autosan should you get stranded.

Summary

Keep this rainy season car checklist in mind as these are essentials that will help you brave Metro Manila’s streets without having to worry about your car and your safety. Be prepared in case of emergencies and check out Autosan services at beepbeep.ph. Access quality car maintenance from our expert partner shops and garages! 

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Tim is the writer and content specialist for beepbeep.ph. He reads a lot about news in tech, cars, photography, and watches. He's also a self-professed tech guru.

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