**Sponsored Post** My friend Gale was going to take her vehicle on a road trip. She asked me to point out some of the things to look for on her vehicle before she left. This video shows several of the things I recommended she check on her vehicle before her trip. If you don't think you're up to the task, I recommend you take your vehicle to a professional to have it looked over before your trip. That way you'll have the piece of mind knowing your vehicle is ready for the road. This post is brought to you by AutoZone; the opinions are all mine. Here's a link to AutoZone.com: http://www.autozone.com Here's a link to money saving coupons from AutoZone: http://auto.zone/bvWmn Coupon offers valid 8/3/2016 - 8/30/2016: $5 off a purchase of $25 or more, $10 off a purchase of $50 or more, and $15 off a purchase of $75 or more The best place for answers to your automotive questions: http://www.ericthecarguy.com Camera: Brian Kast Talent: Gail Porter Thanks for watching! Discussion about this video: https://www.ericthecarguy.com/kunena/18-The-EricTheCarGuy-Video-Forum/65070-inspecting-your-vehicle-for-a-road-trip **Answers to your automotive questions found here: http://www.ericthecarguy.com/faq Social Network Links Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EricTheCarGuy?fref=ts Twitter: https://twitter.com/EricTheCarGuy Google+: https://plus.google.com/100195180196698058780/posts Instagram: http://instagram.com/ericthecarguy Information on Premium Membership: https://www.ericthecarguy.com/premium-content-streaming-etcg-content Stay Dirty ETCG Due to factors beyond the control of EricTheCarGuy, it cannot guarantee against unauthorized modifications of this information, or improper use of this information. EricTheCarGuy assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. EricTheCarGuy recommends safe practices when working with power tools, automotive lifts, lifting tools, jack stands, electrical equipment, blunt instruments, chemicals, lubricants, or any other tools or equipment seen or implied in this video. Due to factors beyond the control of EricTheCarGuy, no information contained in this video shall create any express or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment, or the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not EricTheCarGuy.
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http://bit.ly/Car-Care-Checklist Road Trip Car Care tips. We show you how to get a car check before a road trip. Don Bettis, owner of the Auto Doctor in Hastings Minnesota, tells us what to check before leaving for a road trip. This will save you time and frustration by letting you know what needs to be checked either by yourself or a mechanic. Don't leave on a road trip until you have watched this car care tip.
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In this video, I will give my Top 10 Things To Check Before A Road trip Don't forget to Like & Subscribe! Quinton TV Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/Aucteg Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/luishq_/?hl=en Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Luis-HQ-1034845019885540/?ref=settings Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/LuisHQ_
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Frank Leutz with Desert Car Care shows the main safety checks to make on your car before you take that distant road trip. Be sure to check your tires, battery, belts and radiator hose. http://www.DesertCarCare.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Honda Civic Coolant Leak Engine Block Warranty" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=14lfcY6CwZY -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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A look under the sentry before the start of the tour. One of many things to check and or do before a trip
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In this video, I tell you about 7 things to check before a road trip! Whether you are going on a long road trip or a short one, it's a good idea to check these 7 things before you leave because they will allow you to have a safe and comfortable trip! You can check them in a short period of time, and they could save you from hours' worth of hassle on the road trip! CONNECT WITH ME: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/mikechimmy/ SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL: https://youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=helpfuldiy FREE DIY ADVICE EBOOK: https://gumroad.com/l/vFujc Disclaimer: Some of the links in this description may be affiliate links. All opinions are my own.
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Headed for a long drive? Remember to make sure your car is in top shape! Here are 5 quick and simple ways to check if your car is good and ready for travel! Follow us for more Money Saving Tips & Tricks! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RinggitPlus Google+: https://plus.google.com/+Ringgitplus/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/RinggitPlus Instagram: https://instagram.com/ringgitplus/
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In this video i am covering all the things to check in your car before going to road trip. if you care about these important things i am sure that you won't regret in middle of the highway. these check points you should check routinely to run your car in proper manner. apart from car there is few tips to prepare yourself before long drive. LIKE SHARE SUBSCRIBE.....!! Visit and like my Facebook Page :- https://www.facebook.com/DESI-Driving-School-1907709322781179/
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How to Check Your Car Before a Road Trip Planning on going on a road trip soon? Before you do so, you should check your car to make sure that it is in good condition and running well. If you spend a little time preparing your vehicle for the trip beforehand, you can avoid most problems that might ruin your fun along the way. Inspecting Your Vehicle Look over the vehicle for signs of issues. While there are a number of specific things you’ll want to check for as you prepare your vehicle for a road trip, a general inspection is a great way to identify any issues you might otherwise miss. Check the condition of the windows, the state of the vehicle’s body, and look for anything that stands out as unusual. See if your windshield wipers need to be replaced. Like any part of a car, windshield wipers can wear out from use. They may also simply dry out and crack over time. Test your windshield wipers and make sure they can displace water effectively. If not, they’ll need to be replaced. Make sure your tires are properly inflated. Driving on underinflated tires can increase the chances that you’ll have a blowout by causing damage to the tire’s sidewall. It will also hurt your gas mileage. On tires installed by the factory, you can find the right tire pressure in the owner’s manual, but you can also find the tire’s pressure rating printed on the side of each tire. Test all of your exterior lights and the horn. Having working headlights and taillights are important for safe driving at night. Be sure your turn signals are functioning and check your license plate light as well. Turn on the headlights, parking lights, and turn signals, then check to ensure each is lighting up like it should. While you’re testing the lights, honk the horn a few times to make sure it works too. Inspect the tread on your tires. Balding tires can be more prone to blowouts and reduce the amount of traction your vehicle has when the roads are wet. Look for sign Planning on going on a road trip soon? Before you do so, you should check your car to make sure that it is in good condition and running well. If you spend a little time preparing your vehicle for the trip beforehand, you can avoid most problems that might ruin your fun along the way. ---------------------------------------------------- Image Attributions------------------------------------------------------- Image: | By:0 - Link:https://www.wikihow.com/images/thumb/4/48/Check-Your-Car-Before-a-Road-Trip-Step-1-Version-3.jpg/aid157573-v4-728px-Check-Your-Car-Before-a-Road-Trip-Step-1-Version-3.jpg - licensed by ---- -Last updated: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Image: | By:0 - Link:https://www.wikihow.com/images/thumb/9/9e/Check-Your-Car-Before-a-Road-Trip-Step-2-Version-2.jpg/aid157573-v4-728px-Check-Your-Car-Before-a-Road-Trip-Step-2-Version-2.jpg - licensed by ---- -Last updated: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Image: | By:0 - Link:https://www.wikihow.com/images/thumb/1/13/Check-Your-Car-Before-a-Road-Trip-Step-3-Version-2.jpg/aid157573-v4-728px-Check-Your-Car-Before-a-Road-Trip-Step-3-Version-2.jpg - licensed by ---- -Last updated: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Image: | By:0 - Link:https://www.wikihow.com/images/thumb/3/3b/Check-Your-Car-Before-a-Road-Trip-Step-4-Version-2.jpg/aid157573-v4-728px-Check-Your-Car-Before-a-Road-Trip-Step-4-Version-2.jpg - licensed by ---- -Last updated: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Image: | By:0 - Link:https://www.wikihow.com/images/thumb/f/fe/Check-Your-Car-Before-a-Road-Trip-Step-5-Version-2.jpg/aid157573-v4-728px-Check-Your-Car-Before-a-Road-Trip-Step-5-Version-2.jpg - licensed by ---- -Last updated: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Image: | By:0 - Link:https://www.wikihow.com/images/thumb/7/72/Check-Your-Car-Before-a-Road-Trip-Step-6-Version-2.jpg/aid157573-v4-728px-Check-Your-Car-Before-a-Road-Trip-Step-6-Version-2.jpg - licensed by ---- -Last updated: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Image: | By:0 - Link:https://www.wikihow.com/images/thumb/d/de/Check-Your-Car-Before-a-Road-Trip-Step-7-Version-2.jpg/aid157573-v4-728px-Check-Your-Car-Before-a-Road-Trip-Step-7-Version-2.jpg - licensed by ---- -Last updated: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Website---------------------------------https://www.wikihow.com------------------- ---------------------------------------------- -------------------------References--------------------- https://www.dmv.org/how-to-guides/pre-
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The Quick Speed Shop offers a few simple safety checks before you head out on the road. Covered is the following: Fluids, tires, lights, coolant, and glass. Don't have a breakdown or accident. A few simple checks go a long way. quickspeedshop on Instagram
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In this video... We have focused on the main function and Feature which we must check before taking any car for a long road trip. we hope this will help you to understand more about this. if you still have any doubt or query you can call us via the callme4 app with ID "[email protected]" See you in the Next Video. .. Jai Hind, Vandy Matrem
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How to Check Your Car Before a Road Trip Step 1 Look over the vehicle for signs of issues. While there are a number of specific things you’ll want to check for as you prepare your vehicle for a road trip, a general inspection is a great way to identify any issues you might otherwise miss. Check the condition of the windows, the state of the vehicle’s body, and look for anything that stands out as unusual. Step 2 See if your windshield wipers need to be replaced. Like any part of a car, windshield wipers can wear out from use. They may also simply dry out and crack over time. Test your windshield wipers and make sure they can displace water effectively. If not, they’ll need to be replaced. Step 3 Make sure your tires are properly inflated. Driving on underinflated tires can increase the chances that you’ll have a blowout by causing damage to the tire’s sidewall. It will also hurt your gas mileage. On tires installed by the factory, you can find the right tire pressure in the owner’s manual, but you can also find the tire’s pressure rating printed on the side of each tire. Step 4 Test all of your exterior lights and the horn. Having working headlights and taillights are important for safe driving at night. Be sure your turn signals are functioning and check your license plate light as well. Turn on the headlights, parking lights, and turn signals, then check to ensure each is lighting up like it should. While you’re testing the lights, honk the horn a few times to make sure it works too. Step 5 Inspect the tread on your tires. Balding tires can be more prone to blowouts and reduce the amount of traction your vehicle has when the roads are wet. Look for signs of damage on the sides of the tire, then use the “penny test” to see if there’s enough tread on the tire. Step 6 Check the belts for condition and tightness. Look at the serpentine or accessory belts in your engine (usually located on the front or side) and make sure there is no glazing (shiny spots) or cracking. If there are, the belt will need to be replaced. Then, pinch the belt with your thumb and forefinger and move it up and down to check its tension. If there’s more than an inch of play in the belt, it may need to be tightened or replaced. Step 7 Ensure your air filter isn't clogged. Most vehicles can go tens of thousands of miles without needing to have the air filter replaced, but it’s good to check on the condition of yours before setting out on a trip. The air filter is usually located in the air box attached to the end of an accordion looking plastic pipe often called the intake. Most air boxes are held shut with clips. Remove them to open the box and look at the air filter. Step 8 Resolve any warning lights on your dashboard. If your check engine light is lit up on your dashboard you can use an OBDII scanner to find out what error code has prompted it. Once you know what’s wrong, you can make a plan to fix it. Step 9 Check the oil and add more or change it, if necessary. Start by checking the oil by removing the dipstick, wiping it off with a cloth, reinserting it and removing it again. Look at the level the oil reached on the stick compared to the bottom notch (low limit) and top notch (high limit). If it’s low, you will need to either add some or change the oil. Step 10 Top off any other fluids that may need it. Most vehicles rely on a number of different fluids and lubricants to run, ranging from coolant to stop the engine from overheating to windshield washer fluid to help wash the bugs away. Use your vehicle’s owner’s manual to tell you where the reservoir is for the windshield washer fluid and brake fluid, the add some if the level is below the lower mark on each reservoir, indicating its low-fill point. Step 11 Remove any corrosion on your battery terminals. While it can be tough to spot signs that a battery may go bad, there are things you can do to ensure your battery has a strong connection to the car’s electrical system. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow us on: Twitter https://twitter.com/joneleaverhowto Google+ https://plus.google.com/u/0/104910713098550407918 Tumblr https://joneleaverhowto.tumblr.com/ pinterest https://www.pinterest.com/joneleaverhowto/ website https://joneleaverhowto.blogspot.com/ channel https://www.youtube.com/joneleaver_howto also visit https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwMQrfy2_3pXIUH83QtqgBw ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thanks for watching If you like this video then must give it a like And do not forget to subscribe our channel ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Credit goes to wikihow
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Following this must check in car before long trip. You must check tyres air. You must check air filter. You must check wipers. You must wash the car. You must check engine oil. You must check signal tools. You must check brakes You must check steering You must check race. You must check first aid material in car. You must check whether basic car repairing tool in your car or not.
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Planning on going on a road trip soon? Before you do so, you should check your car to make sure that it is in good condition and running well. If you spend a little time preparing your vehicle for the trip beforehand, you can avoid most problems that might ruin your fun along the way. Sources : https://m.wikihow.com/Check-Your-Car-Before-a-Road-Trip
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Planning a family road trip? Hold on! Before you pack the kids in the car, check these five things to keep your family safe. Road trips can take a serious toll on your vehicle, so it's important to make sure your car is in tip-top shape before you leave. In this video, we interview Sal Rubino, Fixed Operations Director at BMW of Manhattan, about the five most important things to check on your car before a road trip. http://bmwnyc.com 1. Make sure your tires are ready One of the first things you want to do is check your tire pressure. Now, I know what some of you are thinking. That my car has a tire pressure monitor system that tells me when the pressures are off. Which is true, however, there is an acceptable variance within that tire pressure monitor system. And, you just want to make sure you're not at the low end of the threshold. Another thing checking your tire pressures does is it allows you the opportunity to visually inspect your tires for bubbles, or tears, or something like that. Because, those won't generally register on the tire pressure monitor system. Another thing you want to do is you want to check your tire tread depth gauge. Tread depth is very important. You want to have enough there so that the car can stop when it's supposed to, and that it's also safe in wet conditions. 2. Check your wheel alignment We had one customer that came into the dealership with brand new tires, decided not to do an alignment, went on a long road trip, by the time the customer was back the tires were completely bald. This obviously is unsafe, especially in wet conditions, but also, it affects the vehicle handling. 3. Make sure all your lights work The first thing you do is your turn the vehicle on. Make sure its in park. Turn on your headlights, and make sure that they're working. Operate your high-beams, make sure those are working, and then check your turn signals. An easy way to do this, instead of using the stock, is you can turn on your hazard lights, and this will turn all the turn signals on at once. So, you can just walk around the vehicle and make sure they're all working. The next thing you want to do is check your break lights. Again, make sure the vehicle is in park, the engine is off, so that somebody can safely go behind the car and visually inspect the break lights for you. Step on the break pedal. 4. Check your wipers and windshield The first thing you should do is check your wiper blades. So, what you want to do is lift your wiper blades off the windshield, visually inspect them, make sure that they're not torn, or dry-rotted, or dirty. If they're physically in good shape, but are a little dirty, you can wipe them down with a wet paper towel. Another thing you want to do is check the windshield itself. Any small chips or cracks can turn into larger cracks over the course of a long road trip. 5. Make sure your seat belts work The first thing you want to do is take the seat belt strap and give it a quick snap. The seat belt should stop your hand. If it does not, you should definitely get this checked out at a dealership. Another thing you want to do is check the seat belt buckle itself. This is common to those of us with children. Children will eat and drink in the back seat. What winds up happening is they will pour sugary drinks down the seat belt buckles. What happens is, these seat belt buckles, over time, will start to bind because of those sugar drinks that were poured down there. So, generally what you want to do is inspect those buckles to make sure they're operating correctly, and they don't bind, and they work when you need them to. road trip car checks | road trip | car maintenance | car check | car care | vehicle check up
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Brian Eslick from How to Automotive http://www.howtoautomotive.com/ takes you step-by-step through the process of checking your car or truck for a road trip. From checking Brake, Hoses, Lights, Tires, Fluids and Maintenance. Affiliate link mentioned in the video for Tire Pressure Gauge http://amzn.to/2gethVM Website For more videos, tips, and to purchase recommended tools and products visit my website at: http://www.howtoautomotive.com/ Stay connected at: Email: [email protected] Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/How-to-Autom... Google+: https://plus.google.com/+HowtoAutomot... LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brian-esl... Disclaimer Owing to factors beyond the control of How to Automotive/Brian Eslick, it cannot guarantee against unauthorized modification of this information, or improper use of this information. How to Automotive/Brian Eslick assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any information contained in this video. How to Automotive/Brian Eslick recommends safe practice when working with power tools, automotive lifts, lifting tools, jacks and jack stands, electrical equipment, blunt instruments, chemical lubricants, or any other tools or equipment seen or implied in this video. Because of factors beyond the control of How to Automotive/Brian Eslick, no information contained in this video shall express or imply warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment, or information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not How to Automotive/Brain Eslick
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Driving long distances can be great. There's a certain kind of freedom that comes with being out on the road and being in control of the journey. Here are some simple precautions and forward thinking tips that'll ensure you have a great open road adventure. 1.Check the tyres -Your tyres might seem fine, but you should always check them, especially if it's been awhile. It's particularly important for long trips that they have enough pressure and tread. If you're not sure how to do this yourself, you can always take it to a local tyre shop. 2.Get your wheels -aligned -Not only can unaligned tyres cause unnecessary wear and cost you in the long run, they're unsafe. It's important to be able to drive in a straight line, especially on unfamiliar roads. 3.Get it serviced -Whether you're someone who regularly does this, or someone who may slack off a little bit, you should always get a service before a long trip. Make sure you flag your plans with the mechanic so they can be extra sure that everything is in the best shape for the open road. 4.Check the battery -You want to make sure that it's full of charge and that the terminals are clean. 5.Top Up Your Fluids - This includes the water, oil, coolants, brakes, power steering and transmission.
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Here is what I pack and take with me on a road trip to all fit in a duffle bag and make the most use out of space! Want to see what I pack in a carry-on? Watch THIS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q1bn2Pog8ps Turn on notifications to never miss a video! ♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡ Find me other places! MY VLOG Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJwsikwg4uYS-N7xrsKvUmg Twitter: @Msinnerbeauty2 Instagram: @misshannahashton Tumblr: adancingimagination My Photography Tumblr: hannahashtonphotography Snapchat: msinnerbeauty2 My Pinterest: HannahAshton2 ▽▽▽▽▽▽▽▽▽▽▽▽▽▽▽▽▽▽▽▽▽▽▽▽▽▽▽▽▽▽▽ What is your camera? Canon EOS 70D What do you edit with? Final Cut Pro X How Old are you? 16 Business inquires: [email protected] Disclaimer: This video is not sponsored and all opinions are my own. :)
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A lot of people are afraid to take their old car on the road. I'm not sure why, cars really do NOT know how far they are being driven. If you can drive your car 30 miles, you can drive it 1,000.
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When preparing a car for a road trip, the first thing to do is to go over everything inside the engine bay and make sure all fluid levels are appropriate. Check the battery connection on a car before going on a road trip with help from a specialist in car restoration in this free video on car maintenance and auto repairs. Expert: Gabe Braedt Bio: Gabe Braedt currently works restoring car bodies at a local shop. Filmmaker: stephen kuykendall
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S4:E6- 5 Things to Check for Long Distance Road Trip Preparation, performed on a 2005 Infiniti G35, with Jay. So many things to check! What's important though!?? We tell you in this episode. :) Includes: How to check oil. How to check coolant. How to check tire pressure. How much tire pressure? Follow us as we work on our builds and cover meets. Technical How-to & Mod Review videos sprinkled in. We're also a little crazy.. New Episodes posted Tuesdays @6:30pm EST. MG is a community of automotive enthusiasts. Hit us up in the comments for help troubleshooting. MG Merch ► https://www.zturnerdesigns.com/mils-garage You can also help build the channel by simply Sharing, Liking, Commenting and Subscribing. Thanks! G35 Episode Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLb1yla77QSRhqyz3BNtfja9-c8wWsdW0k More G35 Videos: How To: Engine Belts [Serpentine Belt]: https://youtu.be/rBrUd4rRmQE Hub Unit Swap [G35 Meets Thor's Hammer]: https://youtu.be/KAKKICX2wVU G35 Bumper Removal [Drop The Bumper]: https://youtu.be/QvXKEo5gVxA Grill Removal and Plasti Dip [G35 Project BoBoB pt1]: https://youtu.be/MvMfTn9R2ok Headlight Blackout & LED Install [G35 Project BoBoB pt2]: https://youtu.be/zFX96NnXx0Q Headlight Restoration (Permanently) [G35 Project BoBoB pt3]: https://youtu.be/ctijYGteLFY How To Change Oil [Mils Accidentally Changes Oil In Sleep]: https://youtu.be/ldZxfLa1xrc Lower the G? [Subie Vs Speed Bump]: https://youtu.be/UlxbAG64INA Love What U Do [Season 1 Finale!]: https://youtu.be/NndpzHrb9wA Airbag Removal & Clockspring Replacement [Angle Sensor - Infiniti/Nissan]: https://youtu.be/899N0siOE0k Radiator Fan Replacement [Nissan/Infiniti G35]: https://youtu.be/hddO-cc-xGI Change Manual Transmission Fluid [Infiniti G35/Nissan 350Z MTF]: https://youtu.be/3GZ5gkPHpjY Change Rotors and Brakes (COMPLETE TUTORIAL w/ Pro Tips): https://youtu.be/u7TnEp75Fyo #1 Fan ["i can haz Mils Garage Decals??"]: https://youtu.be/w13x5J0fQ5I G35 Axle Back Delete [Drop The Muffler]: https://youtu.be/j8D_T2F73Dk G35 Muffler Delete Exhaust Sounds [Test Drive w/ Fly Bys & Rev]: https://youtu.be/DkosIthXcgg G35 Muffler Delete Review [Is It Daily Driver Worthy?]: https://youtu.be/2b8xreQJ5yI 5 Things to Check for LDR Prep [Long Distance Road Trip Preparation]: https://youtu.be/W7XkDYmQjP8 G35/350Z Whiteline Rear Differential Bushings Unboxing[What's In The Box!?]: https://youtu.be/_8qVM5p9Ifk Whiteline Rear Differential Bushings Install [Infiniti G35/Nissan 350Z]: https://youtu.be/WyORJQDyVF8 Whiteline Rear Differential Bushings [First Drive & Review]: https://youtu.be/XQddA8ZHCwI G35 Resonator Delete + Muffler Delete [Nissan/Infiniti Rev Exhaust Sounds]: https://youtu.be/P1_Mk8Tx4uQ VQ Philly & Delaware VQs Meet [Infiniti/Nissan VQ Family]: https://youtu.be/VAkUWA6Qm7c G35 Drifting Basics [How to Drift a G35]: https://youtu.be/fhAu57pD0FA G35 Sedan // S-Chassis [Tandem Drift]: https://youtu.be/FC6eO6tnFlA Headlight Blackout & LED Install - 2 Year Review [w/Tips & Tricks // Infiniti G35]: https://youtu.be/xyQGOpNjyhA How to Reset ECU [MUST KNOW Before Modifying Engine. // All Cars]: https://youtu.be/iq0qxaTLha0 G35 JDM Brake/Clutch Master Cylinder Cover Kit Install **WITHOUT CUTTING CAR** [Sponsored??]: https://youtu.be/WtzaNL6Aqb0 Flush Spacer Fitment Specs for Staggered 19" Rays Wheels [@delaware_vqs' Infiniti G35 Coupe]: https://youtu.be/5-yEyaxztyk Stillen Z-Tube Installation: https://youtu.be/aJwgVsj_QRs Change Differential Fluid: https://youtu.be/pQQDRagAqls How to Diagnose [FIX] Oil Consumption - All Cars [Change PCV Valve]: https://youtu.be/mN4Kh5ul3Tk BERK Resonated Test Pipes [G35 Install & Rev // How To Remove Demon Bolts 😈🔩]: https://youtu.be/mzxOT4jmt7Y P0420 Fix - 90° Brass Non Foulers from Amazon [No/Bad Catalytic Converters + No CEL]: https://youtu.be/3GvDsawF03A BERK Resonated Test Pipes Vs Stock Catalytic Converters [Rev Exhaust Sounds]: https://youtu.be/wG1_Eg-L5fk G35 Berk Resonated Test Pipes Exhaust Sounds [Fly Bys, Revs & Pops!]: https://youtu.be/gRqa_Y6Q45U How To Clean [FIX] 💩 Exhaust Pipes [What Color is VHT Satin Clear?? // Infiniti G35 Build]: https://youtu.be/6Cxh0XGRpqM Muffler Delete & Melting? [BERK Resonated Test Pipes + Muffler Delete Exhaust Sounds // G35/350Z]: https://youtu.be/K4sYHMjjGW8 How To Replace Flex Pipes [Berk Test Pipes + HKS Replica Exhaust Sounds // Infiniti G35 Build]: https://youtu.be/rlzqRMPJ-Q4 H2Oi OCMD [MG Cruising In The G35]: https://youtu.be/tjzdvSwwxAg Another G35 Coupe Project Car!? [MG Build Breakdown]: https://youtu.be/3RYBCoZIBK4 Degrease Engine & Search for Oil Leak [ G35, ☕️&🍕 ]: https://youtu.be/4t73j97sfrs [MG ☕️🍕 Fund] ► https://www.patreon.com/milsgarage MG Crew T-shirts & Decals ► https://www.zturnerdesigns.com/mils-garage Share / Like / Comment / Subscribe
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It's best to prevent issue so before you go on any 4x4 trip. Make sure everything is in top condition on your 4wd to cope with where you are going! Here at MadMatt 4wd there is everything from 4wd tips and tricks to fixing your four wheel drive. As a professional Four Wheel Driver I am all about educating and building the 4x4 community. If you are passionate about going bush with a 4x4 then this channel is for you. Enjoy and please subscribe! MadMatt 4wd on Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/madmatt4wd/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/madmatt4wd/
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In today's video, I show you some of the simple checks that you can do yourself, either at home or in your garage or in your driveway to make sure that your car is all set and ready to go on a road trip. One more thing I forgot to mention was be sure to check your tire pressures too! How To Change A Wheel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IA1BDh-b7tY&t=7s How To Change Your Engine Air Filter: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u0NMR7m_Dd8&t=1s How To Check Your Engine Oil: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E33sB-8Tcfo Subscribe to Tom's Garage Fix to learn more D.I.Y. car fixes! Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TomsGarageFix Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tomsgaragefix Disclaimer: This video is for entertainment purposes only and Tom's Garage Fix is not responsible for any damages that may occur to your vehicle. You are watching this video at your own risk. If your actions cause damage to your vehicle I am not responsible.
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[R.A.W.] - THINGS TO DO BEFORE ROAD TRIP Engine UP's Brand Ambassadors teach you how to check your car before you go for a road trip. [R.A.W.], the acronym of 'Randomness @ Work' is a series of short clips brought to you by the Brand ambassadors of Engine UP Lubricants. Watch how these chicks battle it out in various challenges & random activities they do in real life through their daily schedule of work. Stay tune for more fun laughing and exciting clips coming up real soon ! Engine UP Official Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/engineup.oil Engine UP website: www.engineup.com.my Music: http://www.purple-planet.com
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Car maintenance checks you should perform before taking your car on a road trip. For more tips on preparing for a vacation, refer to our Vacation Checklist on our website at http://www.central-insurance.com/docs/tips-VacationCheck.htm or visit our blog to read about vacation insurance coverage at http://blog.central-insurance.com/2012/06/08/when-good-vacations-go-bad-are-you-covered/.
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This video has been sponsored by pCloud: https://goo.gl/9o1F6T. Sign up and get up to 20 GB free storage. Road trips are a lot of fun but there are some problems everyone faces on a road trip. Well, we show you 5 cool road trips gadgets as well as travel gadgets that will make sure your road trip journey is perfect without any problems. 1. 5 Port Car Charger: http://geni.us/5TqIuWx 2. Car Jump Starter and Portable Charger Power Bank: http://geni.us/4Vvq 3. Portable Mini Fridge: http://geni.us/K3XfNq 4. Car Backseat Organizer: http://geni.us/YdB8WeA 5. Ninja Wallet Multipurpose Tool: http://geni.us/XvUnFa Music: Enjoy by Joakim Kaurd http://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud Check out our video gear here: https://kit.com/BeebomCo/beebom-video-gear Follow us on: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/beebomco/ Twitter: http://twitter.com/BeebomCo Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/BeebomCo/
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Watch more Road Trip Tips videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/133819-How-to-Prepare-Your-Car-for-a-Road-Trip Before you and your buddies drive from Boston to Bogota at least make sure your car is in working shape. Step 1: Check tires Check the tire pressure and inspect tires for bubbles, knots, cracks, gouges, and uneven wear. Step 2: Check tire tread & rotate tires Check tire tread with a depth gauge, available at auto supply stores for a few dollars. It will tell you if your tires are bald. Rotate your tires if it�s been a while since you�ve done so. Tip Traveling in the winter? Consider investing in a pair of tire chains�some mountainous roads even require them. Step 3: Check fluid levels Check your engine fluid levels�oil, brake, power steering, transmission, and coolant. Add fluids as necessary. Tip If you are getting your oil changed, ask the shop to check your tires and engine fluids. Step 4: Inspect wipers Inspect your wiper blades and replace them if necessary. Top off your windshield wiper fluid and throw the leftover jug in the trunk. Step 5: Visit mechanic Have a mechanic check your battery, spark plugs, and belts, and test your brakes. Tip If your car is making any strange noises or handles �funny,� pay a mechanic to do a full inspection. Step 6: Pack emergency kit Pack an emergency kit. It should contain nonperishable food like energy bars, water, jumper cables, first aid supplies, a flashlight, and extra engine fluids. Better safe than sorry. Did You Know? Planning for the interstate highway system started in the 1930s, but it wasn�t officially established until 1956.
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Road Trip Essentials! After 30,000km of Road trips, we have some tips for you. How to stay Entertained, Vehicle Safety, Fuel Efficiency & Free Accommodations. Our sponsor Mattel has partnered with us in the creation of this video. We only promote products and brands we use and believe in. Get some Tiny Hands: https://bit.ly/2BDRG36 Subscribe and click the bell to enable notifications for my new videos: http://bit.ly/1258Cu2 _______________ ✈ Want to travel the world and make kick ass travel videos? Check out the course Hey Nadine, Nomadic Matt and I created just for you: http://bit.ly/MakeKickAssTravelVideos ♫ Music ♪ We get out music from Musicbed who seriously has the BEST music collection by top artists. Sign up here: http://share.mscbd.fm/hopscotchtheglobe _______________ ☆ Equipment Used ☆ ↠ Sony RX100 5 - http://amzn.to/2nd7moa ↠ Sony A7SII - http://amzn.to/2nZogEg ↠ Camera Assist Monitor http://amzn.to/2B2wAbc ↠ GoPro Hero 6 - http://bit.ly/GoProHero6Black_ ↠ Sony 16-35mm lens/F4 - http://amzn.to/2x9qRlY ↠ Sony 24-70mm lens/F4 - http://amzn.to/2hbPT9Q ↠ Sony 85mm lens/F1.8 - http://amzn.to/2jDmOsr ↠ SHURE LensHopper Camera-Mounted Shotgun Mic - http://bit.ly/SHUREShotGunMic ☾☼☮ OTHER PLACES TO FIND ME ☮☼☽ ↠ Blog - http://www.hopscotchtheglobe.com ↠ Instagram - https://instagram.com/hopscotchtheglobe ↠ Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/htglobe ↠ Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/hopscotchtheg... ◅ ▻ CONTACT ◅ ▻ ↠ Business & Hosting Enquiries: [email protected] ✉ SEND ME MAIL ✉ Kristen Sarah Jacobson PO BOX. 30007 150 Main Street. Grimsby, Ontario, Canada L3M 1P0 ✺⟡ WHERE YOU CAN FIND SIYA ⟡✺ ↠ Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/siyazarrabi ↠ Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/siyazarrabi ↠ Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/siyazarrabi
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Today I go over a list of things you should do before taking a long road trip CLICK BELOW TO SEE MORE!!! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- If you found this video enjoyable, give it a like. If you know someone who needs to see it, share it. Leave a comment below with your thoughts. If you want to see more hit that subscribe button.. Live Life To The Fullest, I love reading what you guys have to say i reply to every comment so give me your feedback!!! Check Out My Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvO5KfldofVjsjpKfTVaCWA Check out soMe of my other videos: I HAVE NO LIGHTS https://youtu.be/Dh2fmpxQbBI I FINALLY FINISHED https://youtu.be/MN7irdE-3ts I OVER FILLED IT https://youtu.be/O1OX-MvDGmc Check Out My Twitter: www.twitter.com/B_Reilley73 Equipment used in this video: Cannon Powershot SX400IS Polaroid 42in tripod
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We do a quick road trip check on a 2016 Renault Clio. Planning on going on a road trip soon? Before you do so, you should check your car to make sure that it is in good condition and running smooth. This will help you to drive safe and avoid any breakdowns or mechanical issues. #Renault #Clio http://www.villagerenault.com.au Road Trip checks: 1. Check the fluids in your car 2. Check your air pressure & condition of your tyre wear 3. Car’s air filter 4. Check all lights and indicators and break lights 5. Check your breaks & wear 5. Make sure you have emergency equipment inside your car 6. Have the latest GPS or Maps 7. Be safe and patient on the road This safety message was brought to you by Village Motors. Village Motors Head Office http://www.villagemotors.com.au
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The holidays are here, and many of us will be hitting the road! Here are my top 5 tips for things to check on your car before you set out on your road trip. Tire gauge: http://amzn.to/2D7hsLq Windshield washer fluid: http://amzn.to/2FHbGli ▧ SUBSCRIBE ▧ http://bit.ly/2AObkdx ▧ EQUIPMENT I USE ▧ Camera: http://amzn.to/2D5NLKF Tripod: http://amzn.to/2DCIR94 Lighting kit: http://amzn.to/2D7ew1g ▧ FOLLOW ▧ Instagram: http://instagram.com/iamjessicann Facebook: http://facebook.com/iamjessicann Snapchat: http://snapchat.com/add/jessicachou Twitter: http://twitter.com/iamjessicann ♪MUSIC♪ Epidemic Sounds
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In this video, you can see the basic check, while you plan up a journey How to Check Your Car Before a Long Road Trip-Expert Tips Planning on going on a road trip soon? Before you do so, you should check your car to make sure that it is in good condition and running smooth. This will help you to drive safe and avoid any breakdowns or mechanical issues. Then you'll be free to just roll down the windows, turn on the radio and enjoy the open road! 1. Check the fluids in your car. 2.Check your air pressure. 3.Get the oil changed before you leave if it's almost time for a change. 4.Check your tire wear by using a penny or tread gauge. 5.Check your car's air filter. 6.Wash your car. 7.Check to be certain that all lights and signals are functional on your car. 8.Ensure that you have all emergency medical kit inside your car, and that everything works properly.
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Howard Fleischman of Community Tire Pros talks about what to check on your car before you head out for the holidays.
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