Your vehicle is one of the most expensive purchases you can make, especially if you do not know much about it. On top of getting familiar with your specific model, you also need to learn other tricks. Keep reading to save money and time later.
Verify that any prospective mechanic has earned an A.S.E. certification. That means the technician has more than two years of experience and passed a test. This means a top professional is doing your repairs.
You need to buy a good battery charger and have it in your vehicle at all times. Dead batteries happen a lot, and you can provide assistance to others if you keep a charger on hand. Make sure you learn the points on your car where the battery charger should be connected.
Whenever your car undergoes repairs, make sure you have the written record of what was done. When another issue …