One of the things we learned when we started our mechanic repair shop is how much customer appreciated learning about their vehicles. We initially started our car care education in conjunction with our JumpStart Fund. After a time though we realized many people have no one to teach them about their vehicle and there is so much to learn! So, we decided to offer our Car Care workshops to anyone who wanted to learn about owning and operating a vehicle. We offer several different learning opportunities. You can learn more about the various opportunities below and register on these links as well. The workshops are open to the public and a donation to our JumpStart Fund is always gratefully accepted.
Insurance - You Need to Know
When (not if) a crisis comes it's important to have a large enough umbrella! Insurance is necessary to care for you, your family and other drivers' in the event of an accident. This workshop will help you make sense of insurance and ensure you have the proper information if you ever have to make a claim. How much should insurance cost? What coverage do I need? How much risk can I afford? How do I file a claim and get the most from my insurance coverage?
Sat, 18 November 2017 10:00 AM – 3:30 PM - CAR CARE CLINIC
Vehicles are a large investment and take time and effort to maintain. When a strange noise starts coming from your car it can be intimidating. Learn the basics about your vehicle and how to best care for your investment by attending our Car Care Clinic Each vehicle registered will have a basic safety inspection which includes fluid check, tire pressure check, block heater check and windshield wiper check.
Topics Include: Tire Care — learning the basics of tire maintenance Under the hood — hands on opportunity to check vehicle fluids and learn how inspect belts and hoses; Preventative maintenance —Information on how to keep your vehicle as safe and affordable as possible.
Coffee and Lunch are provided.
Maintenance for All Seasons
Did you know that for every $1 you spend on vehicle maintenance you save up to $8 in repair costs? But knowing what maintenance needs to be done and when is sometimes confusing. Let us help!
A Note From Previous Participants ...
“Learning that tires have an expiry date... beware of tire sales...”
“I learned so much about regular maintenance and how important it really is...”
“I learned what I can do myself with maintenance to save money...”
“I enjoyed being shown parts that had broken and why they broke...”
We have educated hundreds of people in the last 4 years, are you next?
Good News Auto and employees aren't registered insurance brokers. The information included on this website is information only. This information does not pertain to anyone's individual situation. Each insurance company is different and you must check with your insurance company or broker regarding the specifics of your situation.