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Multimeters are incredibly handy for diagnosing vehicle (or household) electrical problems. I just sorted out a an errant brake-warning light with mine the other day. Not using them all the time though, I don’t always remember how they work, which has lead to multimeter fry-ification.

Now, if I’m in doubt, I just look at this video. It’s the best one I’ve found.

 

Youtube user, buscraftmyway, shows how to turn an ordinary tea light and a strip of cardboard into an ingenious, practical fire-starting tool. He calls it a “mini Bushbuddy” and reports that it’s also good for boiling a single cup of water. Brilliant. I can’t wait to try it out.