DRIVEN to distraction by a misbehaving car? Bathurst Library can help.
The library now has Haynes Manuals AllAccess, an online library of hundreds of car and motorcycle repair manuals that provide expert advice about common problems, routine maintenance and servicing procedures.
Library services manager Patou Clerc said print versions of the Haynes Manuals have been perennially popular with library users.
"Unfortunately, with so many different types of cars and motorcycles, it's impossible for us to have them all," she said.
"This online service ensures we can provide access to the full range of publications and up-to-date content."
Bathurst Library members will be able to access the manuals on library computers and from home on their PC, tablet or smartphone using their library card number.
Visit the Bathurst Library website and click on the Research eResearch tab, then scroll down to click on Haynes Automotive Manuals. Choose Bathurst Library in the 'Find your Institution' field and type in your library card number.
Established in 1960, Haynes Manuals are described as the ultimate DIY guide books for used, collector and newer vehicles.
Every manual is written from hands-on experience based on a complete teardown, with each step of the rebuilding process documented in detail.
For assistance using the service or becoming a Bathurst Library member, phone 6333 6281 or inquire at the library front desk.
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