Dare To Repair Your Car: A Do-It-Herself Guide to Maintenance, Safety, Minor Fix-Its, and Talking Shop

Dare To Repair Your Car A Do It Herself Guide to Maintenance Safety Minor Fix Its and Talking Shop We re back And this time we ve got your back when it comes to you and your car In Dare to Repair A Do It Herself Guide to Fixing Almost Anything in the Home we opened the door for you into the world

  • Title: Dare To Repair Your Car: A Do-It-Herself Guide to Maintenance, Safety, Minor Fix-Its, and Talking Shop
  • Author: Julie Sussman Stephanie Glakas-Tenet
  • ISBN: 9780060577001
  • Page: 181
  • Format: Paperback
  • We re back And this time we ve got your back when it comes to you and your car.In Dare to Repair A Do It Herself Guide to Fixing Almost Anything in the Home, we opened the door for you into the world of basic home repairs Now, we re opening a different one a car door.Dare to Repair Your Car is a basic car care and safety book written by women for women and men,We re back And this time we ve got your back when it comes to you and your car.In Dare to Repair A Do It Herself Guide to Fixing Almost Anything in the Home, we opened the door for you into the world of basic home repairs Now, we re opening a different one a car door.Dare to Repair Your Car is a basic car care and safety book written by women for women and men, and new teen drivers, and senior drivers Okay, it s for every person who dares to drive a car.Here are just some of the things that will keep you and your family safe Changing a flat tireMaintaining fluidsJumpstarting a batteryReplacing a headlampFinding a great mechanicInstalling a car seatDriving tips for teens and seniorsPreparing for a road tripFilled with detailed illustrations and easy to follow instructions, Dare to Repair Your Car will help you shift gears and get you moving in the direction of maintaining your car yourself You ll be so excited about what you ve learned you ll want to toot your own horn

    One thought on “Dare To Repair Your Car: A Do-It-Herself Guide to Maintenance, Safety, Minor Fix-Its, and Talking Shop”

    1. I borrowed a slew of car care books from the library to judge which one I'd like to own. Note: this book is not written by a mechanic. Instead, the authors learned basic car care and then passed it on to the reader. They claim to have had every section of the book approved/vetted by the various institutions involved in the automobile industry (manufacturers, government agencies, associations, nonprofits, etc.). Personally, I rather read a book written by a mechanic. That said, since it wasn't wr [...]

    2. This is a great starting place to learn about how cars work, as well as maintenance, especially if you have zero prior knowledge of the subject. I think I'll move on to something more in depth.

    3. This is the other book I got from the library. A few different helpful details, but didn't like either the tone or the drawings as much as Auto Repair for Dummies

    4. It is a great book for people who have absolutely no basic knowledge of cars as it even teaches you how to refuel your car.I found it extremely helpful because it covered all important aspects of what you need to know about how cars works, how to maintain and fix them and everything about insurance policies et cetera.

    5. This is pretty basic but very helpful. You will at least have the basics so you don't get ripped off at the repair shop.

    6. For any woman who has a car, this book is an absolute necessity in terms of reference manuals. I think that practical skills are sorely lacking when it comes to the modern compulsory curriculum (predominantly personal finance/money management, home economics, and auto repair and maintenance). Since most people eventually have to be car owners, unless they have the luxury of living in a metropolitan area equipped with sufficient public transportation systems, the information in this guide is inva [...]

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