Could also be a wheel bearing, although I would pull off the tires, check the brakes/rotors, probably need the brakes replaced regardless. If it still persists, I would then move on to it being a wheel bearing. Can you tell if the vibration/jerking is coming from the front/rear of the car? I know sometimes it is hard to tell, just asking
Not much difference between these cars and any other car with disk brakes. You might want to see if one of your friends or relatives has done it before and have them give you a hand.
Biggest bitch is if the rotors are stuck on there otherwise it is pretty straightorward. I suggest you get the 12 mm bolts mentioned in the Rotors From Hell link before you start - a LOT easier than beating the heck out of your rotors.
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