The event is being put on to help educate consumers on how proper vehicle maintenance can not only protect them and their investment but also save them money in the long run.
Cincinnati, OH (PRWEB) September 10, 2008
The Cincinnati Chapter of the Automotive Service Association (ASA) is hosting a free Automobile safety inspection as part of "October is Car Care Month". The event is October 11th 2008 at Crossroads Community Church in Hyde Park from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Joe Sanfillipo III, ASA Cincinnati President states "The event is being put on to help educate consumers on how proper vehicle maintenance can not only protect them and their investment but also save them money in the long run." Free food and drinks will also be provided for those who attend.
Automotive safety and dependability. Those words strike a cord with motorists and have prompted the Cincinnati Chapter of the Automotive Service Association (ASA), to sponsor a vehicle check-up event during National Car Care Month in October.
The event will be held, Saturday October 11th from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. at Crossroads Community Church at 3500 Madison Rd Cincinnati, Ohio 45209 (Hyde Park / Oakley area of town) and will offer a free inspection of tires, fluids, filters and other vehicle components and systems that can affect safety, dependability and/or emissions. Free food and drink will also be provided along with free car care goodie bags. The event is being put on to help educate consumers on how proper vehicle maintenance can not only protect them and their investment but also save them money in the long run.
"A neglected vehicle can be dangerous to drive," said Joe Sanfillipo III, ASA Cincinnati President. "Finding Mechanical problems and reporting them to the owners is the main goal of this event. When maintenance is neglected, vehicle owners can face high repair costs."
The Car Care Council is the coordinator of Car Care Months in April and October.
"Public awareness can help cut down on motorists' preventive maintenance Procrastination," said Rich White, executive director, Car Care Council. "The vehicle Inspections provide valuable information to reinforce our 'Be Car Care Aware' consumer Education campaign."
For more information on the upcoming event, contact Joe Sanfillipo, ASA Cincinnati President, 513-263-2868 or email: J_Sanfillipo @ usacollisioncenters.com.
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