There’s nothing better than the freedom of being able to drive your own car. Getting behind the wheel, and going wherever you need or want. It’s a luxury that most of us now take for granted, but on that’s only getting better and better. As the years go on, the cars that are being produced have power like never before, and are fueled by technology that gives you the best driving experience possible. But what’s causing the rise in the number of cars that’s failing? Whilst cars truly are a blessing to our lives, they can be such a burden when things start to go wrong. When things start to go wrong, everything seems to go wrong! So, today we’re going to explore the reasons behind the rise in the number of cars that are failing, and what the future of car manufacturing world can do to save them.

2012 Mazda 3

Back To Basics

If the car world wants to improve, it’s going to have to go back to basics. So much has been forgotten about in terms of a car. No longer is it about the engine that drives it, but the technology that powers it. If we just went back to basics, and cut out some of the fancy technology that usually causes the car to fail, we should see a drop in the number of cars that are failing. But, we’re living in an era where technology rules the world, and it definitely rules the race to produce the best cars that all of the car manufacturers seem to be in. As the years go by, high end technology is being put in the car, a lot of which is being put there for the safety of the people within the car. So, if we’re relying on it so heavily, are we now passed the point of going back to basics?

Common Failures

There are some common failures that really need to be addressed by manufacturers, and one of them is improving the lifespan of some components of the car. Some of them last a lifetime, some break and cause absolute chaos. The clutch or gearbox is usually one of the first things to go, and when it does it can be an absolute nightmare. Auto Repair centers don’t replace these things for cheap for you, and you can expect to be paying hundreds for something like the clutch to be replaced. However, you do usually have warning signs, which gives you a chance to save the money that you’re going to need to make the repair. Careful driving will also improve the lifespan of key components of your car such as the clutch and gearbox, but ways to improve it on the manufacturers side should also improve.

The Future

It’s unclear which was the future of the failure of cars is going to go. They’ll either be crammed full of more tech, which will create more problems. Or, the tech they put in will continually improve, meaning the rate at which cars are actually failing will improve.

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