The parking spaces in the community are narrow, and they are all on the side of the flowerbeds. There is no way that you have to turn the steering wheel on the spot to park in place. I heard that turning the direction on the spot hurts the tire and the steering wheel. What should I do? How to avoid it? Discuss.
Of course it hurts the car very much. It is recommended to carry out meticulous maintenance according to the following car maintenance manual mentioned on the Internet. My car is a second-hand car that I bought for 90,000 yuan. There is no malfunction. The paint is as bright as new. In the garage, when I need to go out, the whole family is pushing behind. When I pass the speed bump, I will find a few people to carry it. I will rotate the tire half a circle every day to prevent long-term compression and deformation of the same part of the tire. In a few days, I will use a car lift to lift the car up to prevent uneven stress on the suspension. The air conditioner has never been turned on. I am afraid that the condenser inside will become moldy. I also stir the oil several times a day. I am afraid that it will damage the oil seal of the engine oil pan after a long time. I also sealed the gaps between the doors and windows with glue, fearing that small advertisements stuffed by others would jam the glass lifter. I always disassemble the windshield wipers and put them in the quilt. I am afraid that the windshield wipers will deteriorate due to prolonged exposure to the sun. I also apply Luhua 5S extra-pressed peanut oil to the door frame sealing strips every day, fearing that the glue sticks will become hard due to oxidation. I also disassemble and recharge the battery every day, fearing irreversible vulcanization due to long-term self-discharge of the battery. I don’t want to turn on the turn signal when I turn, because I make people gesturing behind for fear of burning out the bulb. I measure the tire pressure every two steps I take. I’m afraid that the tire pressure will be too high or too low and the tire life will be attenuated. Every few hundred meters I have to get out of the car to pick up the pebbles caught in the tire pattern, for fear of puncturing the tire. Every time I needed to make a big turn, I hired a few people to lift the front of my car to turn, fearing that the steering wheel would be killed and the booster pump would be damaged. I change the engine oil every ten miles or so. I am afraid that the metal impurities in the engine oil will wear the cylinder wall. I will change all the tires when I go to high speeds. I am afraid of punctures. When parking, I always use a laser level to measure whether the ground is level, fearing that the uneven ground will cause the vehicle frame to be distorted. I didn’t dare to pull the handbrake. I used bricks to pad it. I was afraid that the handbrake cable would be stretched for a long time and it would cause irreversible elastic failure. In the summer, I also use my sunscreen clothes to cover the tires, fearing that the strong light will accelerate tire cracks. When parked under a tree, I would place a bird repellent on the roof of the car, fearing that bird droppings would corrode the paint. At the same time, I will wax the car once a day to prevent the paint from degrading and discoloring. When washing the car, I never use a towel. I am afraid that the towel will be mixed with small sand particles and wear the paint. I just lick it directly with my tongue. Okay, let’s not talk about it. I drove 20 kilometers in one breath just now, but I feel so distressed. I want to change the oil of my car again, and pick up the pebbles on the tires by the way.