How to Take Care of your PWC
A PWC is another term for a personal watercraft or as some people have dubbed them, boatercycles. These personal watercrafts are most commonly seen in the forms of jet skis which are ridden by one or two individuals, speeding over the surface of a lake or, sometimes, the ocean. There are a few other versions of PWC crafts as well, but all operate on the same principle—motorized watercrafts that carry one or two people for short trips from one side of a body of water to the other.
Caring for these PWCs is something that should be done on a regular basis, especially if they are being ridden constantly. These are small engines that usually can be fixed in a home garage with the right knowledge and equipment, but are ideally done by a professional team in a shop. Make sure to get your PWC repaired or checked out before the season begins and after it ends to make sure you’re not in danger of the jet ski breaking down on the water.