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Having your own car to drive every day is a very convenient and comfortable way to go to office (or work, for that matter) or school. In fact, owning a vehicle is not considered a luxury anymore, but instead, a necessity, as when you look at it in the long run, it can save you a lot of time, money and effort that you have to deal with every day when you commute.

Of course, when you want your car to be in good shape and be dependable every time you are out in the roads, maintenance is always the key, proper maintenance, that is. Now, it is a must for every car owners to learn the basic troubleshooting skills, as well as, learn some important DIY (Do It Yourself) repairs right in the comfort of your own garage! Yeah, I know some might be skeptical about this car repair thing, but if you come to think of it, again, it will save you a lot of time, money and effort.

Here are some of the DIY repairs that you should know and learn:

  • Change oil
    Read your car manufacturer’s manual and check when is the right time to change your oil
  • Jump car
    Learning to do this can be a life saver
  • Change transmission fluid
    Change transmission fluid periodically or as per manufacturer’s recommendations. Transmission fluid is essential to lubricate the transmission and activate the various clutches that assist in changing gears.
  • Replace windshield wipers
    It is recommended to change your wiper blades each spring or fall
  • Replace tires
    Tires that show damage or wear should be replaced as soon as possible
  • Check tire pressure
    Properly maintained tire pressure promotes a longer life span

These are just the most common repairs or checks that should be kept in mind for a safety driving. For a detailed instruction on how to perform each repair and for more expert tips you may visit cars.com

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