ACDelco Car Care Crash Course for Women
Without trying to be misogynistic, we're pretty confident women in general (read 99.80 percent of women) will forever have a very hard time identifying what the problem is when, for instance, the car fails to start all of a sudden.
The same opinion seems to be shared by automotive supplier ACDelco, who announced today the release of a free educational tool for women-drivers. In there, some useful tips and hints will give women a chance to broaden their horizon when it comes to cars and their mechanic side. The booklet includes information on the following subjects:
- preventive car care services and when they’re needed
- how to accurately and completely describe vehicle troubles to a technician
- glossary of commonly used automotive service terms
- symptoms, noises and smells that may indicate potential problems
- tips for safe motor vehicle travel
- how occupant safety restraints such as seat belts and air bags work
- child passenger safety and teen driving tips
- how to stay safe in the event of a vehicle breakdown.
“We want to help women ask not just the right questions but all questions about car care and repair. Sometimes, the most powerful tools a woman can own are knowledge and confidence,” said Nancy McLean, ACDelco director.
Called Knowledge Is Power, the ACDelco booklet can be downloaded, for free, from the following link (also available in the PDF attached below).
⌕ Download attached PDF: Knowledge is Power Booklet