My First Car - Basic Car Care For Teens
 

Using hand-on labs as well as a textbook and workbook, your new teenage driver (or soon to be driver) will learn all about their first car. From the basics of how cars work and taking care of it's many different systems, to buying their first automobile, insurance and related car expenses, as well as automobile safety and handling roadside emergencies, this class is a must for any teen - both boys and girls - when they first get their driver's license.  

Please note: This class does not teach your teen how to drive.

 

Class time:  1:00pm - 1:55pm - Tuesday

Recommended Age/Grade:  9th through 12th

Instructor: Mr. Tommy Dingler

Cost:  $50 a month

Supply fee: $75 includes textbook and workbook

 

Min/Max:   4/8

 

Class size is limited to 8 Seats 

Supply List: Teacher will purchase all necessary supplies with supply fee 

 

In addition to the book curriculum, some of the lab topics that may

be covered include:


• Change a Flat Tire

• Change Oil and Filter
• Check Fluids
• Check Tire Pressure
• Clean the Battery
• Diagnose Problems
• Find a Tire Leak
• Identify Common Problems
• Jack Up a Vehicle
• Jump Start a Car
• Read a Tire Sidewall
• Refuel a Car
• Repair Chips and Scratches
• Replace a Belt
• Replace a Headlight Bulb
• Replace the Air Filter
• Replace Wiper Blades

EMERGENCY LISTS AND TIPS.

Empowers you with emergency information.
• Accident Tips
• Emergency Roadside Kit
• Emergency Tool Kit
• Road Trip Checklist
• Winter Safety Kit