Would a flat tyre leave you sobbing on the phone to your breakdown service, or would you be whipping out your spare and getting on your way in minutes? Find out here.
Almost three quarters of millennials admit they have no idea how to change a tyre, a study has found.
A poll of 2,000 drivers revealed that while more than four in 10 of those aged 36 and above could confidently change a wheel at the side of the road, just 27 per cent of 18-23-year-olds reckon they could do the same.
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More than a third of millennials also admitted they would struggle to confidently open a car bonnet while 34 per cent don’t know what power steering does.
And only half of under 35s, polled by TV show Flipping Bangers, know how to check and top up the oil level on their car.
As a result, 63 per cent of millennials have never tried to fix, repair or modify a car they have bought.
Top 20 things millennials would struggle to do:
1. Fix a leaky tap
2. Re-wire a plug
3. Change a headlight bulb
4. Bleed a radiator
5. Change a car tyre
6. Jump start a car with a flat battery
7. Replace the wiper blades
8. Change a fuse
9. Check the tread depth on car tyres
10. Put up a shelf
11. Unblock the sink
12. Descale a kettle
13. Connect your phone to the car radio
14. Build flat pack furniture
15. Top up the oil in the car
16. Change a lightbulb
17. Check the tyre pressures on the car
18. Find the spare tyre
19. Check the oil levels in a car
20. Fill up the screenwash