Joliet Junior College Automotive Program Holds Free Vehicle Check Up

November 2, 2012 by  
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Multiple news agencies have indicated that car owners usually tend to neglect maintenance steps, which eventually cause problems that could even result in accidents.

Due to this reality, the Joliet Junior College Automotive Program has decided to organize an event that will offer a free vehicle checkup Saturday. The event organizers hope to make vehicles safer for the winter season by allowing students to give back to the community. Every vehicle will be inspected for antifreeze protection, hoses, belts, fluid levels, headlights, tires and wipers.

Drivers who are interested in this free checkup, click here for the full article.

Auto Safety & Accident Prevention Event To Be Held Saturday

October 19, 2012 by  
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News agencies have been reporting that car safety activities will be held Saturday at the Louisburg Library in order to make residents aware of the dangers associated with the lack of regular auto maintenance.

According to local news agencies, safety advocates will be helping drivers by offering auto checks that will ensure families will be safe for future road trips.

Drivers will be able to participate in a free “Auto Safety & Accident Prevention” session that will teach motorists just how to purchase safer vehicles and reduce the risks associated with defective parts and safety features.

For more on this event and how important it is to check your vehicle regularly, click here for the full article.

Free Car Safety Checks Offered To New Jersey Drivers

October 15, 2012 by  
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Free car safety checks are being offered by fourteen auto repair shops in Atlantic County, New Jersey, according to a series of news agencies.

The program is part of “Put the Brakes on Fatalities Day” and its organizers hope to show drivers that it’s crucial to effectively maintain their vehicles functioning properly in order to lower the risks of crashes that could be caused by mechanical failure.

One of the organizers recommends drivers should get regular safety checks for their vehicles, and to get their cars serviced a minimum of once every year.

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Free car safety checks offered during national day to promote road safety