Why is that surprising? A lot of people don't know what to look for, what to do and how to do it. Many people are also afraid of braking something on a car that they depend on on a daily basis and can't afford to have break down.Surprisingly not everyone is comfortable sliding under a car
Well, Hyundai offers them for free for 3 years now, so...yes, but how much would a dealer charge for that same oil change? hahaha. And I'm sure you trust yourself to do it right over any dealer or shop.
It's just satisfying to be able to do simple maintenance, and I have the space and time.
anyway, I'll try to keep this on topic.
What does this have to do with you?Dealer gets $200, but Chevy is pretty reasonable. I have people on my TEAM that call it adulting. LOL They brag when they change a microwave lightbulb.
YouTube is the best thing ever for this generation of ‘adulters’ if they let it be. I’m a visual learner once I watch a video I’m good to go. Redid a bathroom and changed out our Tahoe’s ABS module failed after 107K miles. One saved me 15K the other saved me $600.
Yeah, to each their own. I can totally see how someone who doesn't know much about that stuff would not want to do it, for fear of damaging something, on a vehicle that they need daily. Particularly when it's still under warranty, and when Hyundai offers these services for free for 3 years.Eric, you're right. Some are afraid of breaking their car. I have a brother in law who won't work on his brakes because he's afraid of doing something wrong on such an important safety component on his car. He has 4 cars so it's that he needs to rely on any one car to get him around. But I think his fear is unfounded. Changing brake pads, or a rotor, and bleeding brake fluid is actually a very simple task, and I trust myself to do it right or even better than a shop that might take a shortcut. Then again, not everyone is mechanically inclined, and that's fine too. Different strokes....