Many car owners do not really know how the different systems in their cars work. Mechanic shops all around the globe get blindfolded customers that are having an issue with their car and they don’t understand at all what it can be. Those blindfolded customers are potential victims for being taken advantage of and furthermore the issue might not be solved. Most mechanic shops won’t steal saying that they did something they didn’t, more likely they will do something that your car does not need.
There is also the issue of maintaining a car. Many people never take into consideration the things that really matter and fail to do them, or worse, they do things that don’t make sense and end up throwing their hard-earned money away.
Failure to maintain a car properly can cause you a lot of trouble, if you’re lucky it’ll break up at home, if you’re not so lucky, somewhere else, and in worse cases, it can leave you stranded or get you into an accident.
This is an easy to understand guide of how things work, what are they for, and what is it that you need to do to have your car for many, many miles.
I got this idea because many relatives and friends, both male and female, exploit my passion for cars and ask me a lot of questions which I very happily answer and I’ve gotten many thanking calls along the years.
You by no means will become a professional but you’ll visit your mechanic with some knowledge, which will be like pointing to a doctor exactly where it hurts and exactly what you ate, rather than a crying baby that can’t explain why he’s crying and pale. $3.99 on Kindle.
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