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Car manuals describe all the possible extras and options for a specific model. That's not very practical. When buying a car, the buyer would have the option to get the standard boring manual, pay a small premium for the print of the manual for his model, extras and options or the standard print manual
and a PDF version for his model, extras and options without the need to pay for a fee.
Hyundai offers free IPad to clients [Brian the Painter, Jan 13 2013]
||[+] I'll take the print of the exact vehicle and the rest on DVD.
||Nice, not necessary, but nice.
||Also, it should have an FAQ for the car. I imagine some
study could be done showing the top 20 or 30 things people
look up most. How much fuel does it hold? How do I
activate feature X? What does this warning light mean?
How do I jumpstart the car? What is the firing pattern of
the cylinders? (Okay, maybe not that last one, unless
you're a nerd like me.)
||firing pattern's usually in the engine compartment somewheres.
||Just the facts ma'am. (+)