Are you driving a death trap? [QUIZ]

Find out if your car is as safe as you think it is . . .

Suzuki SA
Created By Suzuki SA
On Nov 11, 2018

Question 1 | How often does your car get fully serviced?

Question 2 | Does your car have a full set of working seatbelts?

Question 3 | Does your car have airbags?

Question 4 | Are your tyres in good condition?

Question 5 | Does your car have ABS / EBD brakes?

Question 6 | Are all your headlights fully operational?

Question 7 | Do both your indicators work?

Question 8 | Are your windscreen wipers in good condition?

Your car scored 20 - 23 points

Your car scored 20 - 23 points

Congratulations! You’re car scored top marks. You can have peace of mind, knowing your car is going to keep you and yours as safe as it can. Keep up with your regular service intervals to help keep your car in excellent condition.

Want some more tips to keep your car performing at its peak? You might enjoy the following posts on our blog (blog.suzukiauto.co.za):

Understand your tyres
Car suspension: how low can you really go?
Fuel efficiency 101
Is your car fit for purpose?
6 questions to ask when you take your car for a service

Your car scored 15 - 19 points

Your car scored 15 - 19 points

Your car passed. However, when it comes to car safety, you can’t be too careful! We recommend that you keep to regular service intervals, and make sure all the safety features in your car are in full working order so that you and your family can have peace of mind, knowing your car won’t let you down.

You might find some of the following posts on our blog (blog.suzukiauto.co.za) helpful:

Understand your tyres
Car suspension: how low can you really go?
Car servicing: DIY or leave it to the professionals?
6 reasons why you need to service your car
The difference between a maintenance plan, service plan and warranty plan: explained

You car scored 6 - 14 points

You car scored 6 - 14 points

Your car isn’t a death trap just yet - but it needs some work to get it back into top shape. Make sure you’re sticking to your regular service intervals, because this will alert you to any problems that need to be taken care of before they become a safety hazard.

You might find some of the following car safety posts on our blog (blog.suzukiauto.co.za) helpful:

Understand your tyres
Car suspension: how low can you really go?
Car servicing: DIY or leave it to the professionals?
6 reasons why you need to service your car
The difference between a maintenance plan, service plan and warranty plan: explained

Your car scored less than 6 points

Your car scored less than 6 points

Your car is not safe to drive. It’s imperative for your safety (and others on the roads) that you take your car for a service as soon as possible. Make sure you get everything checked out thoroughly, because you’re currently at high risk of having an accident.

You might find some of the following car safety posts on our blog (blog.suzukiauto.co.za) helpful:

Understand your tyres
Car suspension: how low can you really go?
Car servicing: DIY or leave it to the professionals?
6 reasons why you need to service your car
The difference between a maintenance plan, service plan and warranty plan: explained