I have all the tools required to work on my motorbikes at home. Full abba stands, 4T axle stands, a 4T jack, comprehensive spanner + socket set, oil/fuel pressure gauges, screwdrivers, grinders, drills, impact wrench, torque wrenches, breaker bars, various bearing pullers, gear pullers and more. A lot of stuff.
I am not a noob when it comes to going deep with motorcycle electrics or the engines.
I never go to the garage. Never ever. Unless the odd time for tyre fitting to loose wheels since the garage does it for free if I buy motorcycle tyres from them when there's a special deal on. And if so why bother with the pain of tyre changing when can put my feet up and watch the pro do it for nothing (or to collect specific parts ordered through dealer).
Can I easily transfer my skills to being a DIY car mechanic?
I've just bought my first car- and so I've never worked with cars before. The basics are pretty much the same aren't they? The gearbox is not sequential, and there's axles instead of a chain drive and everything much bigger obviously..
What special tools that only a car would use would I need?