Many hybrid cars are being purchased in Kenya. This is because car buyers are turning to efficiency since they know that they can save some cash by purchasing efficient cars. Despite the rumours about hybrid cars, many people are enjoying them.
Below are some tips that can help you to survive with a hybrid vehicle in Kenya.
1. Service the battery.
Just like an engine needs to be serviced after covering some distance, is the same way that the batteries of a hybrid car need to be serviced regularly. If you have a hybrid car, you should ensure that you service the batteries after 40,000 kilometres. This will prevent you from purchasing a new hybrid battery pack.
2. Do not modify the vehicle without a specialist.
In case you decide to add some modifications especially if they are to interfere with the electrical system, you should first contact a specialist. This is because hybrid cars are quite complicated and requires someone who knows whatever they are doing.
3. Do not purchase the whole battery pack.
In case you realise that the batteries of your hybrid vehicles are faulty, you should not rush to purchase a whole battery pack. Since hybrid car batteries are arranged in cells, you should go for a diagnosis to replace the inefficient cells. You will use less money this way.
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