The holidays are over and 2012 is here! Happy New Year from the entire Ask Patty team.
Call AskPatty.com, Inc to make an appointment to check your transmission in Thousand Oaks. P.O. Box 6601 Thousand Oaks, CA 91359 888-745-1928 Do you have any plans around Thousand Oaks CA for the weekend? Maybe you and some friends and are taking the boat up to the lake. Maybe you'll be having a lot of fun water skiing and doing a little fishing. You got the boat all ready. It's all gassed up. You packed lots of snacks ...
FCC Collision opened the doors for business in 1975 in Mountain View, CA. FCC later opened a second shop in Milpitas, CA. FCC has found that over half of their customers are females. ... Read More!
FCC Collision opened the doors for business in 1975 in Mountain View, CA. FCC later opened a second shop in Milpitas, CA. FCC has found that over half of their customers are females. Therefore, FCC strives to be properly trained to be aware of what their female customers were looking for in a collision business. FCC is an AskPatty female friendly certified repair shop, which helps achieve their goal of ...
Men and women split purchasing responsibilities right down the middle and according to Jody Devere, CEO and founder of AskPatty.com, women influence 85 percent of all buying decisions. The statistics appeared in a Q&A interview available at Search Auto Parts. ... Read More!
Unless you have the "cash on hand" to purchase a new vehicle outright, you will probably be like most of us and make payments each month to your lender.
There is a difference in the kinds of fuel you put in your car. We'll break down the options, including a new fuel filter. People trying to save a buck will let their gas tank run down to nearly empty. There is a reason why this isn't a good idea and could cost you more in the long run. Howard Fleischmann, Community Tire and Auto Repair ... Read More!
The monthly podcasts on AskPatty.com feature women who have achieved an exceptional level of success in an auto related occupation or industry. Dubbed “Womanars,” the podcasts – 10 to 15 minutes in length – can be described as both educational and inspirational. ... Read More!
Women in the U.S. have steadily been increasing their purchasing power for decades. Collision and automotive repair shops, however, are typically run and mostly staffed by men, and designed for customers that have, historically, also largely been men. ... Read More!
Women who express an interest in cars – as drivers and consumers – are often belittled or patronized in public spaces. Thus many women who participate on interactive automotive websites do so as observers rather than contributors. As one of the respondents to my study remarked, “a lot of females don’t speak out as much nor do they post as much because there’s always a fear of being made fun of.” ...