Essentials of Auto Maintenance

, Classes in Essential "Man Skills"

The Distilled Man presents "Essentials of Auto Maintenance." Knowing how to take care of your car is an essential skill that every driver should possess. Understanding how your vehicle works, and knowing the basics of how to take care of it can make you feel safer on the road and feel more confident dealing with mechanics. In this hands-on class, Tom Cebollero, owner of Metric Motors, will teach you the ins and outs of cars, including: understanding the basics of how cars work, knowing what maintenance you should do yourself vs. what you should have a professional do, tips for how to talk to your mechanic, and the essentials of roadside maintenance. This class is ideal for someone who's always wanted to know more about how to take care of their car but has never had any experience working on vehicles.

Limit 8 students per class

11AM-1PM Regular Class

1PM-2PM Changing a Tire (optional)

  • Essentials of Auto Maintenance

    Metric Motors

    1480 Howard St
    San Francisco, CA

    Mon, December 3rd, 2012

    1:15 pm - 2:45 pm PST

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Classes in Essential "Man Skills"

Jeremi McManus, founder of SF Relationship Coaching, has been working in relationship counseling/coaching for eight years and leading groups and workshops for four. You may have already seen him on NBC Bay Area or in the Examiner. He spent many of his early years traveling the globe discovering a fabulous array of relational perspectives, received a Master’s in Counseling in 2009, and now calls San Francisco home. He specializes in working with individuals who are feeling stuck in the dating and relationship world, as well as couples feeling bogged down in their relationships. In his spare time he enjoys finding a tasty restaurant, taking his vintage Honda motorcycle out for a ride, and exploring the wonders of the Bay Area.

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    Metric Motors

    1480 Howard St

    San Francisco, CA

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