The winter is often a pest to the aesthetics of a car. In order to discuss what mr. and mrs. All-the-world can do to spruce up their vehicle for the containment, Antoine Joubert and Germain Goyer have received François Bonneville of the training Centre of aesthetic automobile du Québec issuing The Guide auto on QUB Radio.
In order to limit the spread of the virus COVID-19, Mr. Bonneville has thought good to remember the basic principles of hygiene to the edge of a car. “Use a good cleaning product to clean at home gets the job done. Me, I would say you start at the base by everything that we touch regularly. Example, keys. […] The handles of doors, interior and exterior, the trunk.”
Mr Bonneville also recommends that motorists eliminate the brake dust accumulated on the bodywork of their vehicle. “To brake dust must be removed with products designed for it. There is the dough of clay-based, aluminum oxide which does a good job, commonly referred to as the decontamination of the vehicle. Example, a white vehicle, which would be a lot above, you can see that it yellows the paint.”
During this broadcast, Anthony and Germain have also discussed the re-opening of the garages and mechanics workshops, the financial position of Ford, the return of the manual transmission in Mini new Cadillac CT4-V, and CT5-V, Blackwing, of the possible coming of a SUV plug-in hybrid at Lexus and rumors surrounding the Mazda6 of the next generation. The two facilitators have also delivered their impressions on the Chevrolet Blazer and Crosses recently tried.
To conclude the show, Anthony and Germain are back on the history of the Volkswagen Golf Harlequin.
The issuance of The Guide of the self, it is every Saturday at 10 pm on QUB Radio.