A Women’s Guide to Changing a Tire

A Women’s Guide to Changing a Tire

A Women's Guide to Changing a Tire

Ever have a flat tire and there were no men around to help you?  Watch this comprehensive women’s guide to changing a tire

When I was driving from Dallas, my tire exploded around 2 am an hour outside of Houston. Luckily, two strange men helped me. If those men weren’t there, I don’t know what would’ve happened! So with the help of my friend Brittany we learned how to change it ourselves and thought other women should know too!



A Women's Guide to Changing a Tire

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  1. Ken G. 2016/08/11 at 21:45 - Reply

    I don’t believe that anyone should operate any sort of machinery [including driving a car], unless they have a basic understanding of how it works and how to fix simple problems/carry out basic maintenance. Obviously it’s a different story for anyone who is not physically able to do these things. And I think it’s wrong to suggest that it’s only women who don’t know how to do these things. I’m sure there are plenty of men who are clueless when it comes to car maintenance. I was lucky in a way because I grew up in the 70s/80s when maintaining your own vehicle was something that you had to do, because you usually couldn’t afford to pay someone else. I don’t think I owned a car in my teens or twenties where I didn’t have a boot (trunk) full of tools! And cars were simpler to maintain then – no computers under the bonnet! However, being able to change a wheel is still something you can learn, so don’t be caught out. And personally, I find weak women who need a man to help them a big turn-off.

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