Napier Parking – The history of the CorvetteSSThe debut of the car was rather hasty, occurring less than a year after the ...
Before the car is raised, you’ll have to loosen the nuts on the wheel which needs to be replaced,as the wheel will just sp...
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Napier parking specility and its services

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  • 1. Napier Parking – The history of the CorvetteSSThe debut of the car was rather hasty, occurring less than a year after the initial idea was thoughtup by Earl, in 1957. Stirling Moss and Juan Fangio had initially agreed to try out the car for therace called 12 Hours of Sebring, however there were delays with the car’s development whichmade some of the racers second guess it’s abilities on the track.But the Corvette SS did show a considerable amount of promise, and Juan Manuel Fangio, whohad won the Sebring races in 1957, was impressed enough to try out the car in a practise run forhis next race. The results surprised both Fangio and his spectators; he was able to complete theentire lap more than three seconds faster than he had ever done before. However, he was unableto use the Corvette SS in his upcoming race, due to the racing ban imposed by the AutomobilesManufacturers Association. The car was then relegated to being a show and a test car. Althoughmodern cars one might come across in a napier parking lot have come a long way in terms ofengineering, they simply don’t quite measure up to the style and iconic look of cars like theCorvette SS.Napier Parking – Car repair basics, how tochange a tyreOne of the most basic, but important skills which every driver should have is the ability tochange a tyre. When you’re driving on your own and you discover you have a flat, you’ll be gladthat you learned how to perform this simple repair.The first thing to do is to get the necessary tools; in newer cars, these can almost always be foundin the boot, along with the spare tyre. Second hand cars may not have these, as the previousowner may have lost or kept them. If this is the case, then you’ll need a car jack and a socketwrench or tyre iron.Napier Parking – Socket wrench, universal joint and socketsThere’s a specific point on the car’s body where you’ll need to attach the jack. Be careful whendoing this, as if the jack is placed in the wrong area it can damage the trim or the bodywork.
  • 2. Before the car is raised, you’ll have to loosen the nuts on the wheel which needs to be replaced,as the wheel will just spin in circles if you attempt to loosen the nuts after the car has beenelevated.

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