What is in an Owner's Manual?
A list of all of the dimensions and sizes that you would want to know including the height, length, width, wheelbase and boot capacity of the car.
Find out the important specifications about the car including where to find the weight of your particular model stamped on the chassis.
Learn where to find the fuse box within your car in the owner's manual and which fuses you will need to buy in order to replace them.
Towards the rear of the manual you will find maintenance sections that will show you how to change the oil, the capacity and the type you will need.
Detailed records can be found that indicate the capacity and type of fuel to put in the car along with best practices to avoid any accidents.
Learn which tire sizes to purchase as replacements along with the correct pressure to pump them up to when they deflate during everyday use.
Avoid overloading the car by learning the towing capacity in the towing section of the manual, along with guides on the additional towing equipment.
Owner's manauals contain in-depth chapters concerning the proper use of seatbelts and attaching child seats correctly before setting off on your journey.
Airbags can be an important safety device used during a crash but need to be deactivated for certain passengers, find out how in the car's manual.
Manufacturers add warning lights to car instrument clusters that may not seem obvious at first, find out what they mean with instruction guides.
With infotainment systems in cars becoming more and more complex the need for the owner's manual is even greater, especially when trying to connect using Bluetooth.
You can find batteries in the car as well as the key fob in modern cars so the manual contains information on how to change them and which sizes to buy.