Vehicle Maintenance For Women
A humorous (yet entirely practical) guide for women, this book is packed with all the information needed to allow women to make basic repairs, talk authoritatively to mechanics, and hold their own in conversations about fan belts.
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Page 22 - As with most things in life, you get what you pay for.
Page 54 - If you see an accident and there are already enough people involved, continue driving - you may be more of a hindrance than a help. If you are...
Page 117 - At the back wheel, the smaller the sprocket, the higher the gear.
Page 129 - Tighten the handle in a clockwise direction and push the rivet out, but not all the way out - go only as far as the outside plate.