Dennis Police to Host AAA "Car Care & Spring Driving Tips" Class

90 minute program with AAA's "Car Doctor"

From the Dennis Police Department:

The Dennis Police Department will be hosting the AAA “Car Care and Spring Time Driving Tips” class, a 90 minute program that helps the driving community care for their vehicles and sharpen their driving skills.

 

Where: Dennis Police Department

When: April 12, 2018

Time: 10 am to 12 pm

 

Join John Paul, AAA’s Car Doctor, for a 90 minute presentation about car care and spring time driving tips. Spring is the ideal time to get your car ready for summer travel season. This winter has been tough on cars and John will go over tips to keep your car running trouble free. In addition John will talk about safe driving techniques as the roads start to get crowded and the warm weather approaches. From tires to your car’s vital fluids they all need attention after this winter season. Bring your car and driving questions.

 

Since his early days as an automotive technician, John has maintained his ASE Master Automotive Certification. He is president of the New England Motor Press Association, a member of the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE International), chairman of several vocational school automotive advisory boards, and an advisor to the AAA National Automotive Engineering board. He regularly speaks at car clubs and community organizations throughout the Northeast, specializing in new automotive technologies and their impact on transportation and safety.

 

This is a free class so please join us. If interested in attending contact

Officer Chris Hennigan at 774-352-1516 and leave a message.


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