In a city with a growing population of immigrants and young families, car repairs are often a source of pride for young families and even a source to support those still living at home.
But in recent years, car repair shops have been plagued by violence and theft.
In December 2014, two car repairmen were gunned down by three men in a suburb of Jerusalem.
Two months later, another car repair shop was attacked in the West Bank city of Hebron.
And last year, a car repairman was killed after being shot in the back during a protest in the northern city of Nablus.
In all, over 150 people have been killed and thousands injured in violent clashes with Israeli security forces during the first five months of the year, according to the Jerusalem Post.
The Post visited 10 car repair outlets across the city, asking them how they repair cars and the people who repair them.
The following stories were based on interviews with owners and drivers.
The following drivers have provided their stories.
The car that killed the repairman in December 2014 The car that attacked the repair shop in HebronThe car repair that was attackedThe car the repair car was inThe car in which the attack happenedThe car where the attack occurredThe car with the body that was shot atThe car of the ownerThe car damagedThe car used by the driver to kill the driverThe car on which the driver was killedA photo posted by Aamir Raza (@amirraaza) on Dec 8, 2018 at 11:02:24am