Changing your car's oil is typically pretty simple. You lift it up, remove the oil plug, let the oil drain into a pan, and put the plug back in. While you're at it, you should also replace the oil filter, which is usually as simple as unscrewing the oil filter and replacing it. Of course, there are little thing you need to take into account like replacing seals or putting a little bit of oil into the new filter before you screw it in. But, generally, it's an easy task. That is, for normal cars. When it comes to the Bugatti Veyron, it's a different story.

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Houston Crosta, the owner of Royalty Exotic Cars, needed to change the oil on his Veyron but didn't want to shell out the $21,000 price of having it done elsewhere. His solution? DIY. Crosta and his coworker Jesse put on gloves and got to work. Instead of removing just one drain plug, they had to remove a total of 16 oil plugs in order to let the oil drain out. I should also mention that it was 60w oil, so it was thick and hesitant to come out. He also replaced his air filters, which involved taking off a very large portion of the hypercar's body. I still don't know how they managed to keep track of all of those screws... The entire process is in the video below.

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