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Every time I teach The Why’s and When’s of Car Maintenance, folks ask me to teach a 2.0 version. So, after three years of teaching, I’m offering a deeper dive into car maintenance. This class will answer your questions about PREVENTATIVE car maintenance not covered in The Why’s and When’s of Car Maintenance and much more.
Here’s the breakdown –
- Cleaning your Car, Inside and Out
- Does cleaning prevent rust?
- How to protect your car’s leather?
- How can you eliminate car odors?
- Brakes – Why? When?
- How often do brakes get changed?
- When do you need to change your brake fluid?
- Transmission Fluid
- Should it even be changed?
- What’s the point, what does it do?
- What if my car has a non-serviceable transmission?
- Do I need to replace my transmission filter?
- Tire Repairs, should or shouldn’t you?
- The Truth About Fuel System Cleanings
- Do they actually do anything?
- Are they worth the money?
- What’s a Tune-Up
- How often do I actually need one?
- What parts are changed in a tune-up?
- When do I need a tow truck?
- What dash lights do I need to hurry up and get looked at?
- The Cooling System
- Does it need to be maintained?
- What should you do if your car overheats?
Where/When is this class held?
This class is held in a private Facebook group on November 9 – 10th. At 9:00 pm EST, I will go live and discuss and teach. You’ll be able to ask questions live. You’ll even be able to go back and re-watch the recorded class video for three months. Each lesson, including Q & A, will be 60 minutes long.
Imagine going to a mechanic shop and feeling a little in control. With this three day class, you’ll have a good understanding of slightly deeper maintenance and car ownership questions, what maintenance your car needs, and of course how to find the best mechanic for you. This is not a DIY course.
Please choose the appropriate amount you should be paying for the class on my sliding scale (honor system here folks). Limited free and reduced rate spots are available for low-income QTPOC and folks with disabilities. Please email me if you are in need of a spot.
Please note: In this class, I offer you a road-map for your options and what’s available to you. Knowledge is power but you are ultimately responsible for your choices. By purchasing this class, you are absolving all instructors and Mechanic Shop Femme of any liability for repairs, maintenance, or vehicle failure based on advice provided.
Due to limited spots, there are no refunds on purchases. If you email before the class that you will not be attending, your seat will be donated to a low-income person of color or person with a disability.