There are many do-it-yourself books out there about auto repair, but this book is NOT about how to do your own repairs; it IS about how to be in control of the auto care experience, to know when it is necessary to bring your vehicle in for professional service or repair, and to be confident that you are getting the best return for the dollars you are investing. And it is written from a woman’s perspective in words that someone who is not an automotive technician will understand. Within the 83 pages, 7 chapters of this pocket-size book, you will evaluate how familiar you already are with your car and then learn what you should know, where to find the information you may be lacking, how to select an auto repair facility you can trust, and then how to communicate with the service providers.
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With today’s uncertain economy, many car owners are choosing to keep the vehicles they have rather than spend the money on something new, which could result in large monthly payments as well as increased registration and insurance costs. So it becomes important to make sure the car you are going to keep will stay healthy and reliable for as long as it is part of the family. This little book is written as a guide, primarily for women, to making good decisions about the care and maintenance of one of the biggest investments most of us make during our lives – our automobiles. Its purpose is to cut through much of the confusing, conflicting and out-dated information that has negatively influenced the consumer perception of the auto repair industry, and to arm the car owner with knowledge to make better decisions and be more comfortable with the auto care experience. For more information, contact Donna McCord or visit our website at www.fearlessautocare.com.