Our workshop is an interactive and fun way to learn the basics about your car, what maintenance you can be doing to prolong the life of your car (and save money =) ), how to talk to a mechanic, and what to do in an emergency. We provide a safe space for you to: ask questions, let go of any shame of being an uneducated car owner, and become a more confident driver. For anyone who would love to learn more about their car. These workshops are interactive with no crazy, over your head car talk. Practical and easy tips and lessons like, what is the purpose of coolant? How can I tell if I need brakes? What do the letters on the side of my tire mean? What can I touch under the hood of my car? What should I not touch?
Our Techs Will
Common Maintenance Tasks & Schedule
Common Auto Failures & Costs
Whats Under Your Hood? –
Fluids, Filters, Belts
What you can and can’t touch under the hood.
Ways to Attend a Workshop
RSVP for the Monthly Free Workshop
We hold free workshops the second Saturday of the month at our stomping grounds in Upper Darby, PA – Girls Auto Clinic Repair Center. Space is limited, so RSVP if you want to attend. These workshops sell out very quickly! The best way to get a spot is to join the #sheCANic Facebook Community, or subscribe to our Newsletter.
September 9 –
October 14 – We aren’t accepting RSVP’s yet. Check back soon!
Schedule a Private Workshop
We are available to hold private workshops for your organization, company, or just a group of friends =) Please emails us at Info@GirlsAutoClinic.com to talk to us about programming and pricing.
Took last weekend’s clinic and it’s hands down one of the best decisions I have ever made. I actually came home and educated my husband on how to properly care for the car. Imagine that!!! Kudos to Patrice and team for investing in us.
Went to a workshop yesterday and it was really awesome! I learned so much, and not just about my car, but cars in general. We learned that the owners manual is for more than just sitting in the glove compartment, and that it has good valuable information in it. I just wish there was a part two. I recommend for anyone who wants to become more educated about cars.
– Es C.