Ladies Car Care Clinic

We’re hosting another Ladies Only (sorry guys) Car Care Clinic Saturday January 14th, 2017! So if you’ve always wanted to know what makes your vehicle tick, this is the event for you!
We’ll host this clinic inside our clean & spacious 6 bay shop where we’ll use demonstrator vehicles to show you, hands on, everything you’ve always wanted to know…But were afraid to ask.

At this One-Of-A-Kind event, you’ll learn:

  • How to change a flat tire (Really! Hands on “How To”)
  • How to avoid changing a flat tire
  • What to look for under your hood
  • The SAFE way to jump start your vehicle (you’ll LOVE this part)
  • How to avoid the 5 most common mistakes that the car dealer WANTS you to make
  • Of course we’ll have drinks and snacks too.

We’ll have plenty of time to show you around your own vehicle and answer any specific questions you may have. Since this will be held on a Saturday and we’re not open on Saturdays, we’ll have the place all to ourselves. There won’t be any other guys around, just us.

This is also a great opportunity for young ladies just starting to drive to learn as well, so if you have daughters – reserve a spot for them too.

There’s Still a few spots available but they are going fast!

Fill out the form below to reserve your spot before ANYBODY else gets the chance to attend our ladies only car care clinic! It’s FREE to attend, so sign up now before the class is full.

OH, and if you have any burning questions about your vehicle that you’d LOVE to know more about, tell us on the form so we build it into our event – chances are your fellow classmates will want to know as well:

Register For The Next Ladies Car Car Clinic

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If you have ANY questions about this awesome clinic, just email us at:
service@elizabethautocare.com
or call during business hours at:
(412) 384-7700
And ask for Dave, Mike, or Lisa

3 comments

Julie Howell said:

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December 17, 2014 at 8:33 am

The class was very well put together. Even though we were there a little longer than expected, the extra time was not noticed at all. All of the information was what I needed to feel more confident. I’m really excited that I understand how to jump a battery. The handout with the timeline of services that should be done was also very helpful.

Dawn Grainer said:

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December 19, 2014 at 8:27 pm

It was a great skill to learn how to change your tire (you never know about cell service) and how to safely jump start a car. I always just hooked up the cables in any fashion and hoped and prayed that it worked. It did. I guess I was lucky. I like to know the inner workings of the car and when parts need to be changed. Knowing how that will help me keep my car longer is great.

Pam Dawson said:

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December 19, 2014 at 8:27 pm

The time went fast and was very informative. I think that new drivers would really benefit. Just being able to ask questions without feeling dumb was a nice. Also other people asked questions that I thought were interesting.

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