Black Hyundai in Warwick will hold a free Women in Motion workshop this Thursday evening.
Black Hyundai in Warwick will hold a free Women in Motion workshop this Thursday evening. Contributed

Free workshop for Warwick women

CONFIDENCE with understanding a vehicle is helped through training and knowledge, and this is something women in Warwick are being offered this week.

On Thursday from 6pm, Black Hyundai will run a free Women in Motion workshop, designed to offer practical guidelines for motoring safety and vehicle maintenance.

Marketing and guest relations manager Cameron Sternsdorf said the workshop had proved popular in the past.

"We had some great feedback from particpants and we've decided to run it again,” he said.

"The workshop will give some basic knowledge about car maintenance skills such as checking and correcting tyre pressures, changing a flat tyre safely and what to do if the battery goes flat.

"The Hyundai Women in Motion program will demystify mechanic tech talk and ensure participants understand the essentials when it comes to having their car serviced.”

For further information and to register online today, visit www.hyundai .com.au/Wheels Workshop

WORKSHOP DATE Thursday, January 11

TIME 6pm

ADDRESS 9-11 Betta Place, Warwick

CONTACT Cameron Sternsdorf 4667 6000 or cameron.sternsdorf@blackauto.com.au



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