Consider this: you are off for an exciting road trip, and suddenly you witness smoke coming out of your engine. Guess what? Your car is overheating, and you need to act right away.
- Firstly, do not panic. Find a safe place and pull over.
- Watch the temperature gauge and give the engine at least 15 minutes to cool down. The indicator should move back to a normal range.
- Call a tow truck and get your car transported to a repair shop; your engine must be professionally repaired.
- Or restart your engine and slowly drive to the nearest auto repair shop. But remember, if the temperature rises, you must shut off your car and wait for the gauge to move back to a normal range.