While it may seem intimidating to do your own car maintenance, some tasks are actually very simple and easy. Routine checks on things like fluid levels and air filter quality are very basic and can save money, since you won’t have to pay a mechanic to do these and you can also catch potential issues before it is too late. Visit a local auto parts store like Autozone or Pep Boys to get a repair manual for your car and to learn how to perform these simple tasks yourself. Of course, check the terms and conditions of a warranty first (if you have one) to make sure you aren’t in violation by working on the car yourself. Some warranties demand that a dealership or auto shop do all work in order for the coverage to stay in place.
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