As the weather goes cooler, all but the most die-hard bicycle commuting enthusiasts will begin to search for their long-lost car keys. The return to automobiles also means the return to oil changes, tire checks and other fun car-maintenance stuff, which can be confusing and expensive.
Today, you can get an insider look at cars and become less reliant on what a mechanic tells you with the Better Business Bureau's Car Confidence 101 class. From 6-8 p.m., BBB-accredited auto mechanics will provide tips on a variety of subjects, including a breakdown of the parts of a car.
The class costs $15 and will be held at the Micron Center for Professional Technical Education on the College of Western Idaho campus in Nampa.
Call Beve Bryant at 208-947-2107 to save a space or click here.