Audi Al Nabooda hosts first service and maintenance workshop for women

Audi Al Nabooda have hosted the first in a series of women-only workshops aimed at educating women in the Emirates about vehicle servicing and maintenance.

Under the expert supervision of Audi Master Technician and Training Manager, Tyson Hall, 18 participants were invited to learn how to service and maintain their vehicles through a series of theoretical and practical exercises.

The workshop commenced with an introduction to the theory behind vehicle maintenance, looking at why maintenance is important, what you can do yourself to maintain the car and what to watch out for, how an engine works, what to do in a break down situation and the safety features of the car, including passenger safety and how to safely secure a child in their seat.

After lunch, participants had the opportunity to get hands on with practical exercises, learning how to checking oil level, coolant water, how to change a tire, check tire pressure, and how to jump start a car, with every attendee taking turns to complete each of the practical exercises personally.

Ali Al Nabooda, General Manager of Audi Al Nabooda commented: "We are so pleased to be hosting these workshops. It is important in today’s society for women to feel empowered and being able to help them learn the basics of how to maintain their own vehicles is an important step towards this self-empowerment in what is viewed as traditionally male subject."

For more details and to register your interest in the next women’s servicing and maintenance workshop, please contact Audi Al Nabooda on 800 - AUDI (2834)

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