Have you ever been to a mechanic and they use jargon that you can never remember or used so many words so as to confuse you and they end up over charging you?
Well, that should not happen to you again if you empower yourself with some basic knowledge about cars. Not all of us can be car experts, but it helps if you know some basic tips so that you are not exploited by mechanics.
This Daily Monitor car magazine in partnership with sister magazine Full Woman, will on 28 June hold another car clinic at Shell Bukoto opposite Hardware World in Ntinda. Unlike other previously held clinics that were targeting all car owners regardless of sex, this one will target women.
Men are not discouraged though, they too can attend but we would like this time round to involve women. These days many women are into driving unlike in the past where it was mainly a male domain. We even have women rally drivers and mechanics.
That said, because many largely delegate car related things to their better halves, they never get to know what goes on say when a car is being serviced. It is high time, they got to know which is which during servicing.
What is replaced and how much it costs and the benefits of doing what you ought to do to improve the car’s endurance. The clinic will not only help you get informed, in the long run, you will be saving money and time.
“At least at the end of the day, you will drive away a lot wiser than you came and could probably be among the winners of several prizes including fuel vouchers or free servicing. All you have to do is attend in person or bring along a friend eager to learn something new,” says Jude Katende, My Car magazine editor.
SOURCE: Daily Monitor