As part of the overall and superior customer service provided provided by Unity College, consider taking advantage of free vehicle safety checks this Friday afternoon May 10th, 12.00 - 4pm in front of the Activities Building.
Driving home? Driving thousands of miles out west for that summer
job? Driving "upta camp" to hide away and recover emotionally? Or just
driving as fast as you can to get away from college and all those bad
grades and heartless teachers!
Whatever your reason for driving, don’t risk being stranded someplace remote, dangerous, or worst of all, totally uncool!
Instead, before you get in the olde jalopy and drive off into the wild blue
yonder, let the experienced mechanics and other techy-geeky students of
this year’s PS 2313 Physics II class check the poor old
We will check your tire tread and tire pressures and pump them up if necessary, check and top off the oil and other fluids, clean your windows (dirty windows are a major source of vehicular accidents), and finally and perhaps most usefully, if your CHECK ENGINE light is on, we will use our computer reader to “pull” your trouble codes so you can finally know just what it is that your poor neglected automobile has been trying to tell you all these months or years.
(Did you know you can save lots of gas by keeping your car’s tires at
the proper pressures? And that tire pressure changes as the weather
warms and cools with the seasons, so you have to check them regularly!
Did you know that a blown oxygen sensor is easy to fix and can save on
gas too and that your check engine light, if it's on, is very likely trying to tell you this $12 part is kaput? Did you know that low oil level can kill your car’s engine?
Well, now you know.)
Each participant will receive a written report on the serviceability of
their vehicle, with details of any trouble codes and what they mean.
The college accepts no responsibility for the use or misuse of any of
the information we give you about your vehicle, or for your car’s safety
after you leave the campus, but we do suggest that it’s always better
to know than not to know. In most cases.
(Employees are welcome too. Thanks to the Maintenance and Student Affairs departments for aid in providing this service.)
Be safe, drive safe.
Professor and Flight Line Crew Chief
On behalf of Spring 2013 PS 2313 Physics II class