DRIVERS are just now realizing they have a hidden refrigerator in their vehicles.
A car expert shares some of her top tips and tricks for making driving more comfortable and relaxing.
The TikTok user, nicknamed “Dongcheshijie,” took to the social media site to spill the beans to her 2.2 million followers.
She began by telling viewers that “our cars have these hidden attributes,” adding, “A lot of people have been driving cars for 20 years and don’t know anything about it.”
She then opens the glove compartment on the passenger side and adjusts the rotary switch at the top of the compartment.
The expert, who calls herself “sister,” said that turning the glove box clockwise to the “snowflake position” has a “fridge-chill effect” that can keep your drinks nice and chilled.
The car expert also said that the height of a seat belt can be adjusted according to the driver’s height.
“Dongcheshijie” then opens a clip and slides the entire seat belt up and down.
She also showed that the sun visor can block sunlight not only from the front but also from the side.
Here she detaches one side of the visor and pivots it to the side window.
Another tip she shares is to flip the little switch under the steering wheel.
This allows the driver to adjust the steering wheel either higher or lower, or move it closer or further away.
In the final piece of advice, she shows how to adjust the hood so that it lines up smoothly with the car’s side panel.
If you open the bonnet, there are black rubber blocks underneath.
Turning counterclockwise increases the gap.
The gap also decreases if you turn it clockwise.
The clip proved very popular, garnering around 64,000 views and more than 5,100 likes, as well as dozens of comments.
Many commenters went online to thank her for the advice, and one summed up many people’s feelings by writing, “Thank you sis.”
Another wrote: “Sister you are the best.”
However, others wondered if all the presented gadgets were installed in all cars or only in some.
One person said: “Thank you for sharing. But do all cars have a freezer, a button to close the gap, etc.?
Someone else wrote: “Sister, my car doesn’t have these features. My car is too old.”
A third added: “Sister, not all cars have these features, maybe in Japan but not here in the US.”
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