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Gloves are not essential, but highly recommended When replacing a car battery there are three potential hazards that relate to safety: electrical hazard - the battery is capable of generating 100's of amps' worth of current. You want to avoid shorting the two terminals with something like a wrench, cable or your own body. Gloves can help reduce the risk ...
That's perfectly fine. As long as you know to take care not to overfill (the level must never go above the MAX level, though there is a little room for error) you will be fine. It's not rocket science. Just pour oil into the engine and put the cap back. It's about as dificult as making tea.
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