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From defending your dough at the market to saving cash on car maintenance, knowing how to change a headlight without any help can save a bundle on parts and labor. Our auto expert, Steve Strope, shines a light on changing headlights.

"Replacing a burned-out bulb is a lot easier now and very inexpensive, if you do it yourself," says Steve.

The most important thing to know about replacing a headlight bulb is that in most states, it's illegal to drive with a burned-out headlight and not very safe.

"To get the right one that's compatible for your car's make and model, you can go to an auto supply store website or simply remove the old bulb first and take it to the store to purchase the proper replacement type," says Steve. "Before you start actually changing the headlight bulb, I recommend checking your owner's manual."

By following the directions printed on the fresh headlight packaging, in just a few minutes, you can save yourself a costly trip to the mechanic, and a potential traffic ticket!

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