Let’s be honest: car repairs are always a headache. They never come at a good time and they always seem to cost every penny that you’ve been saving up for a new TV or smartphone. While many car repairs must be left to the professionals, there are a few fixes that you can do yourself to save a little bit of money. Read on to learn more!
If you don’t already know how to fix a flat tire, there’s never a better time to learn than the present! After all, unless your car insurance offers free roadside assistance then calling a professional to come out and fix it will cost you a pretty penny. Your owner’s manual will have detailed instructions for how to remove your existing tire and replace it with the donut you keep in your trunk (you do have a spare in your trunk for emergencies, right? If not, go get one now before you realize you need it!).
If you have a headlight that recently went out or a brake light that mysteriously stopped working, you’ll need to get them fixed as soon as possible. A broken turn signal or missing brake light can lead to a hefty fine, so you’ll want to repair it as soon as possible. But do you really need to take your car into a mechanic to fix a little measly lightbulb? Most of the time, the answer is no! Replacing lights is generally a very simple and straightforward task that just takes the help of a standard screwdriver. Your owner’s manual will have specific information on the type of bulbs you need and how to remove the protective casing so you can install the bulb yourself.
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