At the beginning, I wasn't particularly strong so I couldn’t lift certain parts or even tools. I often had aching muscles and it took me some time to learn how to handle trucks. Now that I’m gradually getting the hang of things, and that I’ve got stronger, I can even lift large tires and tools. The workplace is hot in summer and cold in winter. It’s tough.
Also, we use kerosene and thinner, as well as detergent and hot water, so my hands get chapped, and they chafe when I wear work gloves. But I easily forget all these things every time I see the trucks roll out after a service.