How to Change a Tire
When changing a tire, there is always a catch. So one must know that things won’t go according to plan or some kind of inconveniences will happen. So it is the coldest day of the year and my hands are freezing cold and on top of that I have to grab hold of a tire iron. So I’m driving and a tire pops, first one has to safely come to a complete stop and park the car on the side of the road far away from the road as possible. Once the car has come to a complete stop, turn on the emergency lights to notify the other drives that there is an emergency, so they can be aware of the situation. Get out of the car carefully just in case an oncoming driver didn’t notice the emergency lights or if they weren’t paying attention to the road at the time. Then look at the tires to find out which tire popped, to figure out which tire needs to be changed. When the popped tire is found, walk to the back of the car and open the trunk; take out the spare tire and place it on the side of the car where the popped tire is located. After that, take out the jack and tire-iron and place them next to the spare tire and if it is dark outside take out a flashlight as well. Afterwards find where the jack is placed to lift the car up and jack up the car to a suitable level, then stop. Use the tire iron to loosen the lug nuts of the popped tire. Then when all the lug nuts are loosened, take them of one by one and place them on the ground or in the hubcap. But while all of this is going on cars are whizzing by at 60 miles per hour and my girlfriend is whining as she stands in the cold. I try to explain to her that it is not safe to jack up a car with her in it, but because of the cold weather combined with the wind blowing she is not in the mood to listen, but after my girlfriend settles down a little. I make sure that all of the lug nuts are off and then take the popped tire off. Then get the spare tire and try to put it on. If it is difficult to lift the tire, try using...
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