It keeps the tyres cool on highways. It escapes the tyres slower than air because its molecules are bigger. So I have been filling the tyres with Nitrogen. I shifted my loyalty to a Bharat Petroleum filling station from my trusted HP fill stations because of Nitrogen filling. Even though it’s no longer convenient to tank up at this station after a change of job last year, I continued to visit this one for the free Nitrogen.
Recently, I found an HP with free Nitrogen in the other direction with less traffic and I thought I could shift there. So if you own a fuel station, provide free Nitrogen filling because customers like it and they will come to you for it.
I started thinking if I really need Nitrogen. Have I seen the benefit of Nitrogen after all these years? Not really, except for a peace of mind and the satisfaction that I seem to know and care about automobiles. After watching these two videos on YouTube, I have a change of heart. I don’t think I will really need Nitrogen anymore.
The air around us is already 78% Nitrogen. Race car tyres are filled with pure Nitrogen to avoid an unpredictable increase in tyre pressure. With Nitrogen or Air, there will be pressure increase with the rise in temperature. With air, there’s a chance of moisture presence which can lead to an unpredictable rise in pressure. Hence, race car tyres are filled with pure Nitrogen. How about the Nitrogen from the fuel station or tyre shops, is it pure? Probably not.
Bottom line: Unless it’s a race car, don’t botter.
I like rally race over circuit race. Circuit race- Boring! I follow neither. But if I were to pick, it’s rallying any day. I found an interesting video on how a rally car is built.
From the video-
* From the outside, rally cars look like normal cars except for the graphics. They are very different inside. How come the driver and navigator walks out with no scratch after the car rolls over a few times?
Tlawng at Reiek Kai(crossing) in May, 2014. I had always avoided Reiek Tlang for two reasons. It’s just an hour drive from Aizawl, I can go anytime. Secondly, everybody has been there. When I eventually did go to Reiek, I fully enjoyed the short hike through the forest, thick and still well preserved.
unlike Mahindra Revas. A Year and a Half With a Nissan Leaf (Part 1): The Acquisition. – buying and driving it home 72 miles. Really looking forward to part 2.
Life of a stranger who stole my phone. The douchebag forgot to turn off the camera upload function. Via
I have never used IMPS – Immediate Payment Service because I thought the only way to do it was by mobile phone number and MMID. Today I saw it can be done with just the recipient’s Account Number & IFSC as well. I did a test transfer from my ICICI Bank a/c to another bank a/c of mine from the mobile app without adding the payee before hand. I do not find similar option on Net Banking though.
Why would you want to use IMPS instead of NEFT? Because funds can be transferred 24×7 whereas NEFT is restricted to NEFT hours only. Besides for a one time transfer, going through the payee registration for NEFT is a time consuming process. I even found out I can use IMPS for the already registered payees. How cool!
You can do IMPS transfer via iMobile App, Net Banking or by dialing *525# from your registered mobile number. Read all about IMPS with ICICI Bank here.
Another useful service from ICICI Bank is SMS recharge for Prepaid Mobile, DTH and Broadband. I have been using the mobile recharge for months.
Send SMS to 9222208888
MTOPUP <10-Digit Mobile No.> <Telecom Operator> <Recharge Amount> <Last 6 Digits of Your ICICI Bank Savings Account No.>
Lunglen June 2013
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