About the course
Booking info: 3 hours £95pp up to 4 per course
This module will teach you how to maintain your car, prepare it for an MOT and reduce your maintenance costs. Topics covered include changing tyres and bulbs, checking tyres and liquids and jump starting.
Whether you’re just learning to drive or have been behind the wheel for 50 years, this session will teach you how to look out for telltale signs of problems, so you can prevent breakdowns and reduce your maintenance costs.
Come on down and get your hands (a bit) dirty, so you can build up the confidence to carry out basic car maintenance yourself.
Please use the booking button below to check availability and book. If you are unable to find a time that suits you please feel free to contact us.
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“The tutor was excellent and taught the class in manageable chunks, allowing us to consolidate our skills along the way. I would highly recommend this class and can’t wait to sign up for others!”
“I loved my time at How to Basically this morning. Dave was such a calm and reassuring tutor.
The lesson was the perfect balance between theory and practical and I really do feel more confident that when I get a drill in my hands, I can actually be useful!”
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