AAA Chicago Announces 'Car Care Seminar' Oct. 16
AURORA, Ill., Oct. 11 -- AAA Chicago will hold a free car care seminar on Saturday, Oct. 16, 2004 from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. at its corporate headquarters in Aurora.
The general public is invited to attend this timely and informative seminar to learn more about the importance of proper vehicle maintenance just as the Midwest prepares for winter. Art Davis of Davis Automotive in Naperville, Ill. and Mark Yetsky of AAA Chicago will lead the seminar. Davis' knowledge encompasses more than 30 years experience as an automotive services business owner. He is active in the community and is the past president of the Naperville Chamber of Commerce. Yetsky is a ASE master certified tech with more than 24 years in the automotive repair business. He runs the Approved Automotive Repair (AAR) program at AAA and teaches an automotive class at a community college.
Seminar participants will view a demonstration and learn about important safety tips covering topics such as proper tire pressure, oil levels, windshield wiper blades, headlights and turn signals, transmission fluid, the location of inspection points and much more. Each participant will receive free gifts.
Space is limited, so call now for reservations: AAA's Car Care Seminar Saturday Oct. 16 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. AAA Corporate Headquarters 975 Meridian Lake Drive, Aurora Seats are limited. Please RSVP to Jose Ponce at (630) 328-7227.
Throughout October, Illinois motorists can obtain a Winter Car Care inspection at any one of the more than 70 AAA-Approved Auto Repair facilities located statewide. Each facility is regularly inspected by AAA to meet stringent standards for customer satisfaction, staff qualifications, and scope of services. AAA Chicago recommends its network of approved repair facilities to motorists for their automotive maintenance and repair needs.
For the nearest location, log on to http://www.aaa.com/ and click on Autos & Driving, or call 866-YOUR-AAA.
AAA Chicago offers automotive, travel, insurance and financial services. It is part of The Auto Club Group (ACG), the largest affiliation of AAA clubs in the Midwest, with 4.1 million members in eight states. ACG clubs belong to the national AAA federation, a not-for-profit organization, with more than 46 million members in the United States and Canada.