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  • Sale! Chaya Milchtein standing in a tire, wearing an Eloquii plus size jumpsuit

    A Deeper Dive Into Car Ownership and Maintenance


    Tuesday and Wednesday, January 9 and 10, 2024 at 9pm EST

    Are you ready to really understand what’s happening under the hood of your car? “A Deeper Dive into Car Ownership & Maintenance” will enable you to take a comprehensive view of your vehicle’s needs — including cleaning, fuel systems, brakes, and transmission fluid. Never live in fear of that pesky “check engine” light again.

  • Automotive educator and writer Chaya Milchtein standing in front of car car with an open hood.

    Are all mechanics scammers?


    April 11th, 2021 — 2pm EST

    If you’ve ever gone to an auto repair shop and left with some lingering doubt about whether you were just taken for a ride, this is the course for you. Together, we’ll go over the differences between a corporate and independently-owned shop, and establish how to begin your search, interview mechanics and what warranties to seek out. This knowledge is the roadmap you need to find a quality mechanic.

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    Before Your First Car: The Basics for All Drivers


    Monday and Tuesday, August 7 and 8, 2023 at 9pm EST

    Do you want to set yourself or your teen up for car ownership success? Hundreds of people have taken my car fundamental classes because they want to be better-educated drivers and consumers. Now you have a 101 option to ask all of your “silliest” questions, in a supportive environment.

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    Buying or Leasing a New Car


    May 20th to 21st—9pm EST

    Buying or leasing a new car can be an intimidating experience. But with a little planning and research, you’ll be on the road in no time. In this course, we’ll go over what you need to know — from determining which car is best, how to budget and decide on a down payment and where to finance.

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    Comprehensive Tire Course

    February 1st, 2021— 9pm EST

    How much should you spend on tires? Do you have to do anything to maintain them? Is it as simple as popping them on my car and hitting the road? These are the questions we’ll answer in the second beta run of this comprehensive tire course.

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    How the Heck Do I Buy a Used Car?


    Monday and Tuesday, April 24 and 25, 2023 at 9pm EST

    Buying a used car shouldn’t be complicated, but so many drivers find themselves fearful that they’re going to end up with a lemon or get scammed into spending more money than they expected. That’s why it’s important to arm yourself with the right information and knowledge of the purchasing process. Whether you’re a first-time car buyer or have a car on its last leg, this course will help you determine a budget, identify reputable places for purchase, practice the art of negotiating and outline the basics of financing, test-driving and mechanical inspection.

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    So You Want to Buy an Electric Car?


    Tuesday and Wednesday, October 10 and 11, 2023 at 9pm EST

    Electric cars are dropping by the dozen, but yet a majority of consumers still aren’t taking the plunge. Fears of running out of charge, spending loads of money on repairs, and sitting at the charging station for hours are abundant. But in reality, 97% of EV owners they won’t buy another internal combustion engine again. If you’re thinking about buying an electric car, this virtual class is your road map. I’ll lay out the pros and cons, and do a deep dive into purchasing, buying, maintaining an electric car.

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    The Why’s and When’s of Car Maintenance


    Monday and Tuesday, May 15 and 16, 2023 at 9pm EST

    If you’ve ever wondered why — and when — specific car maintenance tasks are necessary, this is the course for you. In “The Why’s and When’s of Car Maintenance” we will go over everything from how often you actually need to change your oil, to what power steering fluid even does in your car (and why it has to be changed). Everything will be explained in easy-to-understand language: not mechanic talk!