How to repair your car with a little elbow grease
Auto repair experts in India have found that the average Indian car owner doesn’t have enough elbow grease to fix a broken seatbelt, and they want the government to help them.
Auto repair specialists in India say that Indians don’t have sufficient elbow grease for the job.
Auto experts in Delhi are also pushing for the government’s help.
Here’s how to repair a broken front seat belt in India, according to a report in the Financial Express.
Auto repair experts say they need the government help to fix seats that have been bent or broken.
The problem is that Indian car owners don’t even have enough spare elbow grease, experts say.
Indian car owners are more likely to suffer a head injury or other neck injury when driving, they said.
“In the absence of proper elbow grease and proper maintenance, a car will bend and break easily,” said Rakesh Bhattacharya, founder of Bhatt Bacharya Auto Repair in India.
The Bhatts are among many car owners who are using their spare elbow and forearm to repair their vehicles.
Auto mechanics in India are not equipped to perform the same job on their own vehicles, but the Bhattas do.
India has an estimated 200 million cars on the road, which are built from components manufactured in India’s auto factories.
Many are still not up to spec and the cost of fixing them can run into millions of dollars.
But the Bhas have found a way to make their work cheaper by buying parts and repairing them themselves.
The Indian car industry has been growing steadily over the past decade.
India is now India’s fourth-largest auto market.
Auto sales jumped more than 5% last year, according the government.