I think that was much more of a concern back in the days of bias-ply tires. Generally, I think modern tires can sit for quite a long time. Perhaps a tire expert can confirm.I asked my dealership here and the guy said its okay to keep it stationary, to my knowledge it's bad for the tires to keep the car stationary for such long periods of time, is that true?
^^^^, I think most of the time, this relates to storing a car over the winter. I highly doubt storing car in a garage for 40 days will create any flat spots on your tires. But, if you need to, just have someone come over once every couple of weeks and move the car forward or back a bit for added comfort. Have any nice neighbor's?I think that was much more of a concern back in the days of bias-ply tires. Generally, I think modern tires can sit for quite a long time. Perhaps a tire expert can confirm.
I would just put it on the factory supplied charger.
Im with you Ritesh,but a couple of bed sheets would have to doSome really odd comments... Full tank of gas
for 40 days... put on the trickle charger and cover it with the McLaren car cover. DONE!!
If you are really concerned then ask a trusted friend to take it for a short drive a couple of times. THAT's it. Simple and easy.
When the electrics are on put your foot on the brake,then hold down the handbrake switch and open the door,a sign on the dash will tell you the brake is disabled and the light will stay outI always leave the handbrake off when storing cars, how do you do this on the Mc?