How to avoid Vehicle problems in the rainy season: Easy Tips and solutions — learn everything 

Yes, it’s very obvious that the visibility is number one problem.  It’s impaired due to an imbalance between temperatures inside and outside. Although the windshield helps in giving good 
clarity, inside
you need help
to clear the fog.


·         Use Built-in defogger.

·         Lower window glasses to trap out moisture.

·         Raise air conditioner temperature in order to balance outside and inside temperatures.

·         Use anti-fog sprays.

·         Direct air ducts over the inside glass to evaporate moisture.

·         And always keep your windshields in good condition.

·         Change the windshield rubber if you see any harsh markings.

Another major problem i problem in the rainy season is due to batteries. The reason behind this is low temperatures. Additionally, the systems that are dependent on batteries like air conditioners, heaters, lights, windshield, Gps, music systems, etc. takes away extra battery energies due to a drop in the temperature.


·         Check the battery level frequently.

·         Before pulling up the vehicle on the road, heat up the battery by keeping the engine ON for 10 minutes

·         Never forget an old battery needs more attention.

·         Lastly, remember you can call a roadside assistance helpline for a quick battery jumpstart in case your encounter a dead battery.

Tires are the life of any. They keep you moving. But again tires are during the monsoon. The damage is caused mainly due to an in traction between roads and tires. Another reason is the drop in the temperature that eventually affects the tire pressure. Moreover, in this season 
contribute greatly to tire damages.


·         Always check tire pressure before moving.

·         Get your tires inflated at regular intervals.

·         Never over-inflate tires because high pressure is equally dangerous as low pressure.

·         Replace the old and worn-out tires.

·         Carry the spare tire.

·         Don’t keep your vehicle unused for very long periods.

The interior of your vehicle is ultimately the place where you breathe and stay in till you reach the  Hence, it’s important to maintain the interior environment. Furthermore, it’s found that wetness and dirt inside are responsible for damage in and
 other systems.


·         Keep fabric mats to soak the water from shoes.

·         Keep towels to wipe away any water on the dashboard, seats, or other vertical areas.

·         Get your windows and doors checked for gaps and leakages.

·         Carry a raincoat, umbrella, extra clothes, etc. to avoid damage through your wet clothes.

·         Increase the cleaning routine frequency to avoid mold, virus,  bacteria, and unhealthy smell.

The exterior needs in this season. Even a 
little damageddamaged portion if untreated can completely deteriorate that area. Plus, the Exterior is hit with very high water and air pressureandairpressure that wears out the paint and damages the lights and other areas. Further, the underside of the vehicle is too huge a fill of water, dust, and stones. Sadly, these fills can give in your hand's heavy repair bills.”


·         Regularly wash and wipe the exteriors.

·         Paint protection spray and car wax – both help to a great extent in preserving the paint.

·         Check for any cracks in lights.

·         Check whether all lights are working fine. (A flickering light can also indicate issues with battery)

·         Get your damaged lights repaired.

·         Opt for a professional wash for underside cleaning.

·         Get anti-rust done on the underside to avoid it from rusting.

·         Avoid covering the car as rain pressure makes the cover stick to the car.  This could potentially damage the paint while removing the cover.

·         Covering should also be avoided in the rainy season as it traps moisture especially when the car is covered for longer periods.

In the case of a wet car, covering increases the damage to a very great extent