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>First of all, in order for you to slide underneath you're going to have to get the car up off the ground - and more importantly, keep it safely up there while you're working. The easiest way to cover both bases is to buy a pair of metal ramps that you can drive the front wheels onto. Alternately, you can buy a pair of jackstands - these are like little adjustable metal tripods that support the car safely.

I'm little and fit under the car just fine. Do I really need to prop it up for any other reason that comfort?

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