The "check engine" light comes on in your car, what does that mean? How do you know what really needs to be done to your car versus what your mechanic would like to charge you for what he says needs to be done to your car? When it comes to a "35 point inspection" what are they checking for and why?
Understanding that women tend to fear being taken to the cleaners when it comes to car maintenance and repair, Denver's Green Garage is opening up the floor to answer any questions you may have about car maintenance in a free, open environment. On July 19th from 6-9 PM, stop in at the Green Garage (2900 Zuni Street, Denver) for some free wine and valuable information about what it takes to keep your car running at it's best.
Green Garage was founded on the idea that car maintenance doesn't have to be an environmental hazard. By taking a few extra steps and a little bit of car, mechanics at the Green Garage recycle as many of the fluids and worn out parts from your car as possible. At the same time, they look for ways to keep your car as fuel efficient as possible to keep it on the road as long as possible.
In every respect, they are looking to change the way car repair is done.
If Women, Wine, and Wrenches interests you, RSVP on their Facebook event page or by calling the shop at 303-991-5650.