It sounds basic, but pay attention to where your hands or other parts of your body are. Take your time and listen to your friendly mechanic, there's no rush :)
5. Be like Luke Skywalker and be aware of The Force
Your mechanic might ask you to tighten or loosen bits of your bike. Make sure your tools are securely in place before applying any force. This will help to prevent damage to the nuts, bolts, screws, fingers, thumbs, etc..
If something feels stuck, or seized, please don't force it.
6. If we can't fix everything during your session...
Firstly, you can always buy more time if you need more help from your remote mechanic.
Secondly, please understand that, until we figure out a way to beam holograms across time and space, there are limitations to what we can do virtually. Sorry!
If there's something we can't help with remotely, our mechanic might recommend you visit your local bike shop for some hands-on repairs.
How to join your Virtual Dr Bike session
1. Watch this video
2. Your mechanic will call you just before the session