Women learn do-it-yourself tips during automobile maintenance clinic (PHOTOS)

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Hub City Ford consultant Brad Schaefer speaks to women about vehicle maintenance on Tuesday during "Heels and Wheels," a North Okaloosa Medical Center-Healthy Woman event.

MATTHEW BROWN / News Bulletin
Published: Friday, March 14, 2014 at 12:22 PM.

CRESTVIEW — Destinie McCara is 13, but she's already learning mechanic work so she's ready when it's time to drive.

For that, she can partially credit Hub City Ford and North Okaloosa Medical Center employees and Tuesday's "Heels and Wheels" automobile maintenance clinic.

PHOTOS: See 12 photos from the event here>>

Kimberly Davis said she wants her daughter to know the basics. 

"I wanted (Destinie) to know how to change her tires and change her fluids before she starts driving," Davis said. "I think it is very beneficial for every child to learn how to change a tire or check their oil ... because a tow truck could take (up to) three hours to get there."

Destinie said she learned how to change a flat tire and what to look for when replacing brake pads and checking vehicle fluids. 

Car problems will happen, she said, adding, "I'd rather do the manual labor than have to spend money."



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