AAA Tools for Women Drivers
AAA is reaching out to women motorists'. In an effort
to jump start awareness in automotive maintenance, AAA has compiled
a checklist women can use to boost their car care confidence and
reliability, and good communication are not just key ingredients
to a healthy and successful relationship with your significant
other. They are also instrumental to a balanced and sound relationship
with your automobile and its technician.
women put off visiting an auto repair shop because of fear, it
could be a recipe for disaster. The more you know about your vehicle
and how it operates the better," said John Nielsen, director
of AAA's Approved Auto Repair program.
some point in a vehicle's life, everyone will have to take their
automobile to a repair shop because it has, unfortunately, let
them down. The following checklist can make the experience less
familiar with your automobile's maintenance schedule. This information
is provided in the owner's manual of your vehicle.
wait for your car to break down to identify a repair shop. Be
proactive and research where you want to take your vehicle when
it needs to be serviced in the future.
recommendations and opinions from friends and family. This will
help streamline the decision-making process.
with the local consumer agencies to identify if the repair shop
in question has any unresolved disputes.
out if the shop employs ASE certified automotive technicians
that are experienced working on the type of car you own.
the simplest way to choose a good repair shop is to select an
AAA Approved Auto Repair facility. These shops undergo an extensive
investigation before being allowed to enter the program and
AAA is confident that they will provide competent and professional
your vehicle's symptoms effectively by using simple everyday
language or demonstrating the problem during a test drive with
women motorists' eager to begin their search for a quality repair
shop, AAA has an extensive list of more than 7,800 Approved Auto
Repair shops online at www.aaa.com.
Members are entitled to special benefits when patronizing these
shops, however, all motorists can benefit from the knowledge AAA
has verified their competency and trustworthiness.
North America's largest motoring and leisure travel organization,
AAA provides its more than 47 million members with travel, insurance,
financial and automobile-related services. Since it's founding in
1902, the not-for-profit, fully tax-paying AAA has been a leader
and advocate for the safety and security of travelers. AAA websites
with resourceful information are: www.fuelgaugereport.com,