AS Chakravarthy - Best Stock Market Training Course Trainer in Hyderabad

AS Chakravarthy
Stock Market Trainer (Speaker)

AS Chakravarthy

AS Chakravarthy

I am Expert Stock Market Trading Veteran in India. I founded AS Chakravarthy NCFM Academy Hyderabad in the year of 2004 to teach Stock Market Courses in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana in Telugu Medium.

I have trained 16000+ Students so far and satisfied with the knowledge delivered. I am currently hosting stock market advanced technical analysis course online and offline.

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Broke Down Car? Try These Tips And Tricks

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Owning a car gives you the freedom to go where you want, when you want. However, owning a car also means that you have to keep your vehicle in good working order. By learning some of the basics of auto repair, you can make sure that your car is always running smoothly.

There are many how-to videos that you can turn to for auto repairs. Everything from a simple tire change to changing your fuel filter can be found in video form. These videos will take you through each step in making the repair and will save you the time and the cost of taking it to a mechanic.

Check the transmission fluid every two to three months. Let your engine run and open the hood of your car. Use the transmission dipstick to check the fluid levels. If there is not enough fluid in your transmission you probably have a leak somewhere in your system. It is best to take the car to a mechanic so he can locate the leak.

Protect your car from water damage. Take the time to make sure all windows and doors are properly closed. Keep your car on higher ground if you live in an area that’s easily flooded. If you have sandbags, build a wall around your car. Don’t drive in areas with high water levels. Don’t start your car if it’s been exposed to flood waters.

Always ask about the certification and the insurance of a mechanic before letting them fix your car. If something goes wrong, the mechanic’s insurance will cover damages and usually provides you with a car you can drive until yours is fixed. A mechanic who is not certified does not have an insurance either.

Auto repair does not have to be as mysterious a subject as many mechanics make it sound. Once you understand some of the basics, you can make your own repairs at home without the inconvenience of taking your car into the shop. Use the tips you have just read to keep your car in good condition.

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