By now, you’ve probably been stuck at home for at least a week. Chances are, the kids are with you, too. And if you haven’t already been driven to social-distance yourself from your children, you’re probably looking for things for them to do to keep them out of your hair while you try to work from home. Well, the car’s just sitting in the garage. Why not put them to work on it?
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It’s a good opportunity to teach them a little maintenance and care for expensive things, and it might help you to keep up your pricey investment. Here are our five suggestions for things you can do to maintain your car while still practicing good social distancing. For more intensive services and repairs, your local dealership may have ways to accommodate you at home for essential repairs and maintenance to keep your car roadworthy.