Have you ever been to a mechanic for auto repair? If so, you know how annoying it can be. The long waits and the high prices make everything so much worse. That’s why it’s better to do your own auto repair. Give the following article a look for tips that can help you do auto repair on your car.
Do not assume you have been ripped-off by your mechanic because of the high price of your bill. Some parts are very expensive to replace, including engines, transmission systems or dashboard computers. You should ask your mechanic about the cost of the parts he had to put in your car.
If you are worried about an auto body shop puffing up the amount of work that needs to be done, go and get free diagnostics from somewhere else. Since there is no guarantee you will get work done by them, they … Read more
Miss Manners: I hate when the mechanic changes my car settings
Dear Miss Manners: It happened AGAIN last week for the umpteenth time: I took my car in for maintenance at the dealership, which prides itself on customer service. I waited in the very comfortable lounge while the work was completed, paid the invoice, walked out and got into a sparkling-clean car that had just been washed as part of the service.
I had driven less than a block when I realized that the seat was out of adjustment. At the first corner, I looked in the exterior rearview mirror, only to find that the mirror had been knocked out of its cradle and was giving me a view of blue sky.
When I, down at the dash to see how much gas I had left, the readout had been changed from “fuel range” to “odometer.” The most frustrating of all was that the radio, which I had left on
This Heavenly King of Hong Kong pop music had humble beginnings.
In a recent episode of TVB’s 55th Anniversary Footprint, it was revealed that pop legend Aaron Kwok worked as an air-conditioner mechanic before he found success at TVB.
During the episode, images of Aaron’s application to TVB to be a dancer in 1984 were shared, including details such as his prior employment and salary received.
According to these images, the 18-year-old Aaron worked as an air-conditioner mechanic before joining TVB, earning a salary of HK$1,700 (S$311). He was introduced to join the broadcaster by a “canteen boy” from the company.
TVB’s 55th Anniversary Footprint is a commemorative variety show that celebrates milestones in TVB and the people who have made it big in the industry.
In this episode, the showbiz debuts of the Four Heavenly Kings of Hong Kong pop music — Andy Lau, Aaron Kwok, Leon Lai and