Forget working on a Viper, unless its a battery or spark plugs, or air filters LOL , not even oil change is easy. I can work on my other 6 cars but the Viper gen 3 is diff beast. You must I say must do the MAINTENANCE scheduled stuff, try to find a local Viper expert, I live in So Cal and have one here and i avoid the dealers, as they are &*^%^&(*)))((***(++ idiots. I drive mine every other week along the So Cal coast just to charge the battery, lol, Also they like to burn oil by nature and you must check oil on regular basis and must use oil that they say to use no compromise at all.
Do not do burn outs, hot dogging, typical teenage stuff and you will be fine. Do not get RUN FLAT tires as they will give you problems with traction control as there is none in Gen 3 Vipers. Do not drive it in the rain, just pull over and wait till it dries, we dont have that problem here in So Cal lol.
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