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Educate Yourself: A Class on How to Find a Mechanic
People keep reaching out to me with the same question: How do I find a good mechanic? How do I choose one shop from the next?
How much does this class cost?
Here’s a guide to the sliding scale:
$39 – folks who are un/underemployed
$59 – folks who live paycheck to paycheck
$89 – folks who brunch regularly (pre-pandemic), take an annual vacation, etc.
$119 – folks who live comfortably
If you can afford more, please choose a higher rate as it will allow me to continue offering discounted rates. For each person that pays at the top of the sliding scale (ie $119), I will add $20 into the fund for folks that can’t afford to take this class. Priority goes to POC, trans people, and folks with disabilities.
Where/When is this class held?
Class is held in a private Facebook group Saturday, December 5th. A 12:30 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 3 months. Imagine going to a mechanic shop and feeling a little in control. With this one day class, you’ll understand the differences between different kinds of shops, how warranty works when you’re out of town and of course how to find the best mechanic for you.
Ok sign me up, how do I reserve my spot?
Determine what amount you will be paying and send make a donation to either Georgia candidate Reverend Raphael Warnock or Jon Ossoff. Use this page to sign up. I’ll email you asking for a donation receipt, and once I have that, I’ll add you to the list of class participants.
Please note: In this class, I offer you a road-map and a guide on finding the best mechanic. It’s an educational resource. You are ultimately responsible for your choices.