Once you’ve passed your driving test, you know how to drive a car. You’ve learned exactly how the steering wheel works, the radio, the windscreen wipers, and the different pedals. However, do you know what it takes to look after your car? There may be a time when you break down on the side of the road and need to change a tire. Or maybe you have to ensure there’s enough oil and water in your engine before going on a long car journey. These aren’t things you learn in a driving test, and it may seem daunting to try to figure it all out afterward. But there’s no need to worry. We’ve put together a guide to ensure your car is properly looked after and ready to stay in top condition for years to come.