You might be thinking “I can’t believe this car has just hit the gas pedal!”
The thing is, the car is actually just parked for a moment.
And the moment it hit the brakes, it’s already on the ground, covered in scrap metal.
That’s the reality of a car crash.
You can fix a car accident on the job with a few simple tricks, but the biggest problem is actually getting the car back on the road.
Here are a few tips to help prevent another car accident.
Start with the rear of the car, not the engine The most important step in getting your car back in working order is to get the front of the vehicle into a safe position.
This is the front wheel.
You want it in a good, straight line, or you risk damage to the rear wheels, which could lead to a chain reaction.
There’s no way to know if your car has been parked for too long without checking the tires, but it’s generally safe to assume it has.
If the tires are in the wrong places, it can cause damage.
Start by removing the front bumper and removing the steering column.
Then look for any damage to your car’s rear bumper.
This could be the rear fender, the rear bumper, the fender itself, or the entire front bumper.
You might not need to completely remove the car’s bumper, but you’ll need to get it all out.
Pull it off and inspect the damage.
If there’s any damage, it might need to be repaired.
This car is already in disrepair, so you don’t have to worry about replacing parts, so don’t be alarmed if you have to put up with this until you’re 100 percent certain your car is in good working order.
It’s also important to make sure the bumper is securely attached to the car.
If it’s bent or bent incorrectly, the bumper might fall off.
Make sure it’s secured before you get in the car and before you leave.
If you can’t get the bumper in the correct place, you might be able to fix the damage with a couple of tools.
Check the rear wheel Well, you’ve already removed the bumper and replaced it, but now the rear is a bit of a mess.
You could use a pair of pliers to lift it out of the way, or a hammer.
This will probably be easiest if you can lift the bumper with both hands.
If not, a pair will work just as well.
The easiest way to get a bit more leverage is to use a flathead screwdriver.
Use a small flathead hammer to pry up the bumper.
If all you have is the tool and the hammer, you can pry it free with a screwdriver if you want to.
Make a good impression You’re probably not going to be able, with the help of a hammer, to make the bumper fit the car very snugly.
So you’re going to have to use your fingers.
Don’t be afraid to use both hands at once, but do use both at once to get that bumper in its proper position.
Don: Use both hands to lift the rear panel and to prying the bumper free.
Don’: Don’t use both hand to pierce the bumper to get at the bumper, just use one hand.
Now that you’ve got the front and rear panels off, get the wheel into the ground.
Pull the wheel free of the bumper as you pull the bumper off.
Use the tool you used to lift out the bumper or a flat-head screw driver to pare the wheel off.
You’re going back to the jack now, so start by using the jack to get your wheel in the jack.
You should have the jack on the jack, so slide it in and tighten it.
Don’: Don’t try to push the wheel too far back, and don’t try any jack moves to get rid of the wheel.
The jack will break, so move the jack out and start over.
Remove the wheels from the jack You should now be able get the wheels into the jack and put them back on.
Once your wheels are in place, use your flathead or hammer to push them down the jack until they’re flush with the ground and you’re not going up against it.
Now you can put the jack back in.
The best way to put your car in working condition is to start with the wheels.
If your car hasn’t been sitting for too much time, it’ll be easier to get some wheel-off traction.
If that’s the case, you should be able pull the wheels off.
If they’re still sticking out, you’ll have to do some scraping.
This can be a bit messy, so be sure you’re using a professional’s tools and don’ use them on a car that’s just sitting there.
The bottom line: if you’re replacing the wheels and the car has not been sitting long enough, the best