New Book Offers Cost-Effective Methods of D.I.Y. Car Repair
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by BWW News Desk
Car repair may seem like a daunting task to some car owners, who would prefer to go to the mechanic for help. Unfortunately, service charges can be quite high, or the problem could have been avoided entirely if the owner knew what to look for to prevent the breakdown. In his new book, Mr. Car Man offers car owners everywhere some car care advice in order to Save Big Money with the Exclusive Step-By-Step Guide to Basic D.I.Y. Car Repairs & Maintenance.
Mr. Car Man aims to provide simple and easy ways to understand information applicable to car owners who wish to save money, prevent problems from arising, and keep their cars on the road. The pride and satisfaction of performing basic tasks on one's car will allow readers to improve their self-confidence in tinkering with their rides, and set them on the road of Do-It-Yourself repair and maintenance. The methods detailed in this book are 'first aid,' not brain surgery, as it begins with the basics and moves up through the grades, up to details on how to perform regular tune-ups and servicing.
With this knowledge, owners can take the necessary steps to preemptively prevent problems from arising in their vehicles, and if they take their cars to the shop, they can stay on the level with the trained mechanics doing the repairs, without being lost in mechanical complexity of their own cars.
"A car purchase is often the most pricey purchase, behind buying a house, yet most owners are too scared to perform the most basic tasks on their own car," says Mr. Car Man. In Save Big Money with the Exclusive Step-By-Step Guide to Basic D.I.Y. Car Repairs & Maintenance, he offers the tips, secrets, and handy hints for owners to achieve the best deals for themselves.
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Save Big Money with the Exclusive Step-By-Step Guide to Basic D.I.Y. Car Repairs & Maintenance * by Mr. Car Man
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