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Scotty Kilmer: What You Need to Know About the YouTuber and Auto Expert


Scotty Kilmer truly is one of a kind. The 66-year-old YouTuber and auto mechanic has been producing content for well over a decade now, having gathered over 2.8 million YouTube subscribers and more than 208 million views. He's been in the automotive business for almost three decades, and his fans are as loyal as anybody. You'll hear him before you see him. This is Scotty Kilmer.

Who Is Scotty Kilmer?

Scotty Kilmer is an extremely popular YouTube personality specializing in car maintenance and DIY car repair. His YouTube channel's car repair videos have helped millions avoid a trip to the auto mechanic (but he also recognizes the importance of experts). Before he was an Emmy-winning YouTube personality and author, he was an auto mechanic himself. These days, he's been in auto repair for about three decades. He was also a host on the CBS show Car Talk. Currently living in Houston, Texas, Kilmer actually got his master's degree in anthropology from the University of Illinois. Imagine that! He's also the author of Everyone's Guide to Buying a Used Car and Car Maintenance Kindle Edition.

Scotty is loved by his fans for his goofy, upbeat, loud approach to car talk. He recommends vehicles that are good for DIY projects, favoriting automakers like Toyota and Honda. Scotty is also very proud of his son, who served in the U.S. Army.


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How to Ask Scotty Kilmer a Question

You can ask Scotty car questions by visiting his Google Plus page at Auto Repair with Scotty Kilmer. If you scroll down on the page, you should see a tab to Ask Scotty Questions on the left side of the page. If you have any car problems that need fixing, that's the place to go. Though you might want to take his automotive channel's advice with a grain of salt, as there's been some backlash for misuse of products and incorrect information in his videos. But, hey, you can't trust everything you see on the Internet.

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