Your car may work for you but it still needs a little help every 3,000 miles or so. Daily car travel may have seemed a far off fantasy 100 years ago but for us, it is a fact of life. It is important for every certified student motorist to know how to perform the necessary upkeep on their vehicle. In this video, Echo Video Editor Noah McKinney and his brother demonstrate a few different things you may not know in order to keep your car in tip-top shape. These topics include changing a tire, changing your own oil and oil filter, replacing your air filter and refilling your car’s windshield wiper and coolant fluid.
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Noah McKinney, Video Story Editor
Noah is 20 and a first year junior at SNU. He is studying mass communication. He enjoys rock climbing, kayaking, gaming, classic games, and history. He has two middle names but won’t tell you what they are.[/author]