I've always owned small cars so getting underneath them wasn't easy, but I bought a used truck a few months ago and there's enough ground clearance for me to change the oil without needing jack stands, ramps, or anything else. Today was the first time that I gave it a shot, and even though it took me almost two hours it was a lot easier than I expected it to be. It took a long time because it took me almost 40 minutes to get the drain plug off and I had to go inside the house to see what to do for stuck drain plugs and I also needed to search to see when to know when the motor was empty of oil. Now that I know what to do it'll be much easier and faster in the future, not to mention I'll be saving a lot of money and won't need to sit around at the dealership or oil change shop waiting for someone to do it for me. I've also got a nice feeling of accomplishment because it feels like I actually did some work on my truck.