This April, improve your car's safety and reliability by checking for vehicle leaks. Every drip counts—even a single drop of oil on your driveway can have a negative impact on the life of your car. Plus vehicle leaks are bad for our environment—and every year hundreds of tons of oil and other petroleum-related products make their way to our lakes, rivers, streams, and the Puget Sound. That’s why WARM 106.9 is participating alongside more than 40 local jurisdictions, non-profits and businesses to promote the Don’t Drip & Drive. Fix That Leak! campaign this spring.
Visit any participating ASA member repair shop and get a free visual oil leak check. And if repairs are needed, it’s 10 percent off (up to $50). That’s total savings up to $130! The more you wait the more you’re losing. Take advantage of this limited offer! Visit www.fixcarleaks.org to find a location near you.
In addition to the ASA partnership, the Department of Ecology and Seattle The Department of Ecology and Seattle Public Utilities have teamed up with community colleges and high schools to offer FREE monthly auto leaks workshops to help Puget Sound residents learn about their cars and make sound choices. The workshops are valued at $125!
Join these FREE workshops increase your knowledge about your car and auto leaks. You’ll learn basic car care that can help you catch problems—like leaks—before they become big and expensive! Find out more at www.fixcarleaks.org.