Taking Matters Into Your Own Hands

When I first heard about Colchin Automotive‘s Car Care Clinic for Women, I thought, “what a great idea.”

There may or may not be a stereotype out there about how women don’t know much about cars and I always resented that stereotype. Before I married my husband, I made sure I always brought my car to the dealership at the recommended intervals and I always followed their advice. It wasn’t until my car started having a lot of problems that I realized, as a consumer, there were still a lot of basic things I didn’t understand about cars.

It was hard to make decisions about my car when I didn’t even understand what was going on.

Flash forward a couple of years and now I am married and a mother. We recently got a new car, and I want this car to run well for a long time. So, when I heard about the car care clinic and that they were going to discuss how to sort through conflicting information, I knew I had to go check it out. That was one of the things I struggled with when I was driving my old car. One person would tell me I needed one thing and another person would tell me something different. It was confusing and frustrating, especially since I did not have the financial resources to play the guessing game.

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