Women and girls from Lake County and the North Shore jump-started their car-care knowledge at Lori Johnson's "Ladies, Start Your Engines" automotive class at Waukegan Tire on March 6. ... Read More!
Radio interview with Car Show on Sirius Radio ... Read More!
Forty of the area’s Girl Scouts learned about road safety at a workshop hosted by Curry’s Auto Service on June 12. The workshop included tips on car care, emergency roadside preparedness, car insurance, distracted driving, bike safety, seatbelt safety and the consequences of impaired driving. ... Read More!
I congratulate Bruce at OkanaganCarCare for running a ladies tire change Clinic. You can go to their website at http://www.OkanaganCarCare.com and check out some of the photos of the great night. And of course ladies you can now like them on facebook and find out what else they are up to. ... Read More!
Following this simple checklist of tips can also help keep your vehicle running longer, safer and more cost-effectively: http://news.carjunky.com/car_maintenance/car-care-advice-from-a-woman-cdh850.shtml
Join AskPatty's first-ever Car Care Twitter Party for tips and fun prizes! We are so excited about our first-ever car care Twitter Party! Please come to @AskPatty April 20, 2010 from 9pm to 10pm (EST) to ask questions and get answers about car care, tips and maintenance, and car buying and selling. Our event will be hosted by female automotive experts: * Debbie Van Schalkwyk, Global Pennzoil Brand Manager * ...
AskPatty.com's Expert Women answer questions about car care and trouble shooting. Featured in the Long Island Press. http://www.longislandpress.com/2010/04/01/ask-patty-for-the-week-of-april-1-april-7/
AskPatty.com President and CEO Jody DeVere was interviewed for an article appearing on page 16 of the April 17, 2010, edition of Woman's Day Magazine.In the article, titled "Tuneup Time," DeVere provides Women's Day readers with three simple steps to prep their cars for warmer spring weather.Read the article in its digital edition at Zinio.com, or purchase a copy on newsstands soon!
Are you a wannabe do-it-yourselfer who has been afraid to try to change your own oil? While this task can seem daunting, if done carefully, it doesn't have to be messy or complicated. This is the third of three simple and eco-friendly steps, so be sure to read the entire series: Changing Your Own Motor Oil (Wednesday, December 30); Changing and Recycling Your Own Used Oil Filter (Tuesday, January 5), and Recycling Your ...