Female engineer helps women take back power when it comes to cars

Female engineer helps women take back power when it comes to cars

Girl’s Auto Clinic founder offers guide to women car owners to help women perform basic fixes and maintenance

Patrice Banks’ Girls Auto Clinic Glove Box Guide is just the kind of book my father wished I’d had when I got my first car, and second, and third, and so on. Instead of calling him up or bringing my car to my parents’ house every time I had an indicator light come on or I heard a new rattle or thump, I could’ve referred to this book and maybe even have found an easy fix I could do myself.The guide aims to help women who are not mechanically minded to never feel powerless again by learning to maintain their ride, think like a mechanic and learn the basics so they can get down and dirty under the hood. The sassy and casual tone of the book makes it fun to learn things like what you can and can’t touch, the meaning of all those lights on your dashboard and which ones you can ignore, how to change a flat tire, correctly jumpstart a car, and first aid for your engine if it overheats. Tips also include the signs when it’s time to get a new vehicle.

By | 2017-10-27T13:33:03+00:00 October 4th, 2017|Automobiles|1 Comment

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  1. K. Pearson Brown October 4, 2017 at 10:53 pm - Reply

    Reblogged this on LA Parenting.

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