If you’d like to learn to fix cars, you probably don’t want to start out by rebuilding an engine or replacing a clutch in a transmission, much like you wouldn’t start elementary school math learning Laplace Transforms. Better to start off with something a little less intimidating.
A few months ago, I wrote an article recommending the myriad ways to become more knowledgeable with a wrench. Then, a bit later, I suggested some decent, cheap tools to get you started. But there’s one bit of helpful advice missing: where do you begin? Here are five fairly easy jobs to get you started.