Wednesday, April 30, 2014

How to Change A Flat Tire

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Fade in from Black:

 

EXT: City Street

We see a street light

 

Cut to:

Marietta traffic

 

Cut to:

Marietta big chicken

CREDIT

 

Cut to:

Pedestrians walking

 

Cut to:

SPSU sign

 

Cut to:

Traffic flow

CREDIT

 

Cut to:

Drive around campus

CREDITS

 

TITLE

 

Fade to Black

 

Fade in from Black:

A car in the distance

 

Cut to:

INT:Inside car

   We see our actor dancing to music

 

Cut to:

EXT:OUTSIDE CAR

  Car is coming towards us

 

Cut to:

INT: Inside car

   Once again our actor is dancing to music

 

Cut to:

EXT: Outside

   Piece of wood with nails in street

 

Cut To:

Close up of wood

 

Cut to:

 Even closer up

 

Cut to:

Very tight close up on wood

 

Cut to:

Car passing us

 

Cut to:

Car running over wood

 

FADE TO BLACK

 

 

 

FADE IN:

Parked car

 

Graphics- STEP ONE: PULL OVER

 

Actor steps in screen with jack

 

STEP TWO: JACK IS NEEDED

 

Cut to:

Medium Shot of Jack

Graphics - hydraulic JACK

 

Cut back to:

Actor begins to look for a spot under car

STEP THREE: FIND A SAFE SPOT TO PLACE JACK

 

 

Cut to:

Close up of spot under car

Graphics – METAL SURFACE

 

Cut to:

Actor begins pumping up car

 

Actor get tire iron

STEP FOUR: TIRE IRON

 

Begins to pop off hubcap

 

STEP FIVE:LOOSEN LUG NUTS

 

Lug nuts are broken so they’ll be easier to remove

 

STEP SIX: JACK UP CAR

 

Actor go to continue to Jack car up

 

Graphic showing wheel is off ground

Actor spins wheel to show it is off the ground

 

Actor begins to remove lug nuts

 

Cut to:

Close up of lug nuts being removed

STEP SEVEN: REMOVE LUG NUTS

   Speed shot

 

Cut to:

Actor removes lug nuts medium shot

 

Fade to black

 

Fade In:

Actor removes “flat tire”

STEP EIGHT: REMOVE TIRE

 

STEP NINE: REPLACE TIRE

Replaces flat tire with new tire

 

Cut to:

Close up of Tire on car no lug nuts

 

Cut to:

Medium shot- Actor begin replacing lug nuts

STEP TEN: REPLACE LUG NUTS

 

Cut to:

Close up of lug nuts being replaced

 

Cut to:

Actor using tire iron to tighten lug nuts – Medium

 

Actor lowers car with jack

STEP ELEVEN: LOWER CAR

                                                         

 

 

Actor retightens lug nuts

STEP TWELVE: RETIGHTEN LUG NUTS

 

 

 

 

Actor  finishes and throws the thumbs up 

 

CLOSING TITLE

 

Fade to Black:

Credits roll

 

 

EXT: CITY STREET

Music plays – Drake/Jay- Z – Pound Cake

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fade to Black

Music fades out

Fade In:

Outside noises

 

 

INT: Inside Car

Music inside car

 

 

EXT:OUTSIDE CAR

Outside noises

 

 

INT: Inside car

Actor begins to sing along with song

 

 

 

EXT: OUTSIDE

Jaws SFX

 

 

JAWS SFX

 

 

JAWS SFX

 

 

JAWS SFX

 

 

Car zooming passed

 

 

Car hitting wood

 

FADE TO BLACK

             NARRRATOR (V.O)

   If this ever happened to you, there are a few steps you should take to change a flat tire.

 

Music fade In- low volume

 Step one pull over to safety and make sure you are on hard ground.

 

 

   Step two, you must locate you car’s manual to find your car jack.

 

 

This is a Hydraulic jack I am using

 

 

 

Step Three, find a safe spot underneath your car to place the jack…you want to make sure it is not on the plastic

 

 

 

You want to make sure it is secure.

 

 

 

 

 

Step Four, the tire iron is needed. Now every tire iron is different. This one has two different ends.

 

One for unscrewing the lug nuts the other for prying off the hubcap.

 

 

 

Step six, you can begin to raise the car up.

 

 

 

Make sure it is high enough to where the wheel is off the ground.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Step seven, Go ahead and remove the lug nuts. Make sure you have a safe area where you can place them

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Step Eight, now you can go ahead and remove the flat tire

 

You can get a replacement tire or a spare tire to put back on the car.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Step Ten, now you can begin to replace the lug nuts back onto the tire.

 

It is usually good to start screwing the lug nuts on by hand…

 

 and then you can use the tire iron to tighten them.

 

 

Step eleven, go ahead and slowly lower the car, you want it just to touch the ground

 

 

Step twelve, Go ahead and retighten the lug nuts so that they will be secure and not fall off.

 

 

Now congratulations you have just changed a flat tire.

 

 

 

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