We tackle a couple of DIY topics this cycle – paint jobs and using rented auto diagnostic tools. We also learn about some stories from different places where auto repair is making waves and, apparently, legal breakthroughs. Check out the topics that we’ve prepared for you:
● Is your car’s paint chafing away? Perhaps you want a new color to take with you on the road? Either way, you can solve the problem by learning how to paint a car on your own.
● Believe it or not, there are places where car repair shops are nowhere to be seen. During times of emergency, the broken down cars have no choice but to buck it up and drive for hours until a mechanic is in sight.
● A common dilemma comes when diagnostic tools are too expensive for the regular weekend mechanic. The solution is easy: rent them instead of buying new ones.
● John Campas ran a car shop for 32 good years, until a fire came and conquered every asset in it. Now, he’s back on his feet and running the same business.
● Check out some letters from ordinary weekend mechanics about auto repair. It’s about time we all learn when to give up and just buy new parts instead of keeping on repairing them (or at least trying to).
● We end the cycle with a talk about the relationship of [most] men with their cars and the tools they use to play with them.