Topic: Your Owners Manual
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It is amazing how often we use the things we buy without reading the instruction manual. This is particularly true with cars. If you are going to take your SUV off the road, it's time to open the glove box and get the owners manual!

We suggest that you open the book to page one and read each and every page at least two times. Then take the book and go to your car and start again. This time, try everything shown in the owners manual to see how it works. Assure that you can find everything mentioned in the manual including all of the indicator lights, oil and transmission fillers, etc.

And we strongly suggest you change a tire and put on the spare while you are in your driveway. This is the time to find out that you are missing a jack part or that you do not understand something. Don't wait until you have a flat tire off the road to learn that you cannot change the tire for some reason! You will learn that you will have to lay on the ground to get the spare out from under the back of the car (in most cases) and it will THEN and only THEN occur to you that it would be a good idea to pack a shop coat or some other item to lay on while you are doing this in the snow or mud!

You may also purchase a set of service manuals for your Sport Utility Vehicle. The manuals (like the one shown below left) give detailed information about the maintenance and repair of your SUV or 4wd pickup.
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