The world we live in today is extremely advanced and modern. Despite the fact that the current generations are more of a tactful one but there are still some myths that continue to maintain their position even right now. And believe me, they are weird AF!
1. Sports cars are the fastest
This myth has obviously been generated from the culture of a racing car and the cars used in such competitions are the so-called “supercars”. The fact lies of course that they are extremely fast and designed specifically for such purposes and they have the ability to withstand the slippery tracks plus the handling that is just to another level do explain the reason for their mind-boggling prices. But, there are these much cheaper cars than supercars that are noticeably quicker than the supercars. Moreover, sports cars get outdated quicker anyway.
2. New cars don’t need any service
You brought your brand ‘new’ car and of course, it has everything new. From parts to the engine, but, it still cannot hide the fact that new cars do need service. Yes, old cars do need services and TCL on a regular basis as compared to new cars which need them once in a blue moon. So, regular maintenance is essential for long- living in your car.
3. Warming up your engine before starting is necessary
This is one of the most popular myths about cars that people around the world have a strong belief in. especially in winter’s people tend to warm their cars up before driving it. But in reality, you should start driving it right away because that is better. Seriously, it has no connection with reality since it doesn’t make any difference anyway. It’s just wastage of gas and money.
4. Change your fuel every 3,000 km
This is one of those myths which are really popular but are just based upon prejudice. It doesn’t matter if you change your fuel after even 5,000 or 7,000 km or even more than that. What matters is just how much fuel does your car burns and how much does it heat up. So like drive your car the way you want to without caring about changing your fuel.
5. The Internet gives you the best car buying deals and prices
Internet is obviously a very big advantage in today’s world where you can get almost every kind of information you want. But, as far as surfing through car prices is concerned the internet is not really reliable in that sense because car offers, deals, and price vary anyway. Online sites can just get you over the estimated and approximate deals and prices. But, you cannot fully rely on them.
6. “Made in America”
When your car reads this very phrase, it doesn’t actually mean that your car is a pure American motor vehicle. There are parts of your cars that are made and manufactured in different countries and one of them can be ‘America’ rather every inch of your car is ought to have been made in America.