Welcome to Car Basics for Women!
I’m guessing that the reason you’re reading this is because you’re interested in learning to take better care of your vehicle(s)?
Or is it because you want the young person in your household or New Driver to be more responsible for the vehicle(s) that he/she is driving or will be driving?
My goal here is to help people learn about the basics of their vehicles and how to take better care of them so that they will last longer.
There are many people searching for an automotive basics class or a book to help teach teenagers, adults and older folks how to properly care for and resolve issues that come up with the vehicle.
Things that will be covered…
- How to read, use and find an Owner’s Manual.
- How to look up bulbs and find the right ones.
- Finding Accessories for your vehicle.
- Free Services and where to find them.
- Repair manuals and where to find them.
- Have an engine code? Learn how to read it, where to find the information, in order to make an informed decision and more…
Not necessarily in this order.
I will be taking the time in the near future to communicate with the driver schools in order to be able to help those there, become more responsible drivers and car owners.
For those who are looking to find the tools, parts, and items that are explained on here, I will have a “CLICK HERE” section on each post, so that if you’re looking for a specific part, tool, or item you’ll be able to find it there.
I’m also helping folks to find a car or truck through my automotive contacts. There is going to be a finder’s fee for this as it requires time and effort to do this. There will be a page for the current dealers I work with. (These are only people that have Integrity and Honesty … rare in the car world.)
There’s going to be a page for a couple of fundraisers. One is to help me to get the funding I need to make the classes happen and one is to raise money to finish the automotive inventions I have that will keep people safer.
Automotive Invention Fundraiser – CLICK HERE.
At some point there will be one-on-one tutoring as well. That’s well into the future, but it is on my Goal List.
If you have any questions regarding anything, please feel free to post a suggestion, comment or a question by going to the “leave a comment” on the bottom of the page under the other comments. Thanks!
To Your Success,
Feel free to email me here anytime… firstname.lastname@example.org