There will be a free vehicle check up event for car owners at Dow High School in Midland, Michigan, hosted by the Car Care Council on October 7. The event will run in coordination with the 49th annual Northwood University International Auto Show.
“October is Fall Car Care Month and to celebrate, we are hosting a free check-up event for car owners in and around Midland,” said Rich White, executive director of the Car Care Council. “This community event is an excellent opportunity for motorists to have their vehicles checked by professional service technicians, ask questions of the techs and learn more about their vehicles, all in a no-cost, no-pressure environment.”
Car owners will have the chance to talk to industry experts and receive oil and coolant level checks, in addition to tire, filter, hoses, belts and lighting inspections. The event will also feature demonstrations to educate drivers on how to tell when car parts are worn.
For those forgoing the event and heading to auto finance companies for a car loan, Experian Automotive recently announced that mid range cars were the highest-selling vehicle segment during the first half of 2012. The Toyota Camry and Ford F-150 were amongst the top ten sellers.
via Auto Finance News.