5 Tips To Drive Safe On Hot Daysadmin
These recommendations are ideal to handle when temperatures are too high.
With the arrival of summer, it is common that in many regions of the country the temperature rises considerably, which favours a warm climate. Obviously, this heat is not only felt outdoors but also felt in the car. It is proven that the interior of the vehicle can reach temperatures of more than 60 degrees Celsius; this excess heat causes the air actuated take more time to lower the temperature.
These high temperatures in the car’s interior not only make driving uncomfortable but also reduce the concentration and responsiveness of those behind the wheel. Therefore, the risk of suffering an accident increases considerably.
Faced with this situation, some measures must be taken in order to prevent the interior from getting too hot:
1.-Since the crystals in addition to letting the sun’s rays increase the temperature, it is best to ink the windows and/or place a sunscreen on the windshield. In any case, try to park the car in a shadow, or in the opposite direction to the sun’s rays.
2.-It is also advisable to leave the windows and the panoramic roof slightly down in case the vehicle has it. Once we start our tour you have to turn on the air conditioning and lower the windows completely for a few moments so that hot air accumulates.
3.- Another thing that is advised is to use a sleeve or apply sunscreen in case the sun’s rays are facing the left side, to protect the skin from UV rays.
4.-As much as there is too much heat outside, it is advisable that the temperature of the air conditioning is around 21 degrees Celsius. In addition, the interior of the vehicle should not be cooled too much so that there is no great difference when leaving the car, as it can cause respiratory problems. Also, it is best to direct the air upwards and not to the head or body.
5.-Regardless of the air conditioning, it is very important for hot trips the intake of liquids (water and tea) avoid dehydration.