Light Vehicle Proactive Maintenance
If you are involved in class B driving instruction, giving a young person driving lessons, and you would like to learn how to maintain your vehicle in a good condition and avoid future problems, you are interested in cars or you are new student in the automotive sector, this training module has been developed for you to achieve these goals.
- Observations when approaching the vehicle
- Checks outside, inside the vehicle, in the engine compartment, and also observations during driving such as noises
- Daily items and practical tips
- Weekly checks, e.g. tyres and pressures
- Monthly and inspections before long trips, liquid levels and adding liquids
- VW Golf, year model 2015, as an example
- Practical tips from a professional to the user
WHY THIS TRAINING MODULE?
The Cars owner/user is able to perform proactive maintenance by carrying out various actions and key inspection processes which affect the operational reliability of the car. Particularly the costs of having the car repaired. This study material consists of tips for car owners written by professionals in the automotive sector.
WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?
An important part of receiving driving instruction is to enable you to understand matters connected to using and operating the car and its functions. Without any prior training or understanding in these matters, these will be unfamiliar to you. Learn in your own time whilst being in your vehicle, and benefit from professionals’ guidance. In this module you will learn which items and matters need to be included in your daily routine, when you should set aside some time for looking after your car, and how to prepare for longer trips.
During this training module, you get to familiarise yourself with the examples as well as your own vehicle when carrying out basic vehicle maintenance. You will get to know what kind of equipment you have in the vehicle, and also the type of accessories you should consider buying and why.
You also get to understand the different functions and warnings of the instrument panel and their meanings and how their lighting up affects driving and how to avoid further damage.
PREREQUISITES (PRE-KNOWLEDGE / SKILLS) FOR TAKING THIS TRAINING MODULE
Taking part in this study does not require any prior knowledge or specific interest in automotive technology.
This module’s topics and objectives correspond in scope to a conventional 2 day training event.
Once you have made your payment, you get immediate access to the content in the form of a license valid for 6 months. You’ll save time and money by not needing to travel.
We want to make sure that you always have the latest version of our product. Prodiags reserves the right to make real time updates and changes. This way you’ll always have the best version, without extra fees.
Internet connection with PC or laptop. Recommended screen resolution 1024 x 768 or higher.
After completing your studies and appropriately completed assignments, you will complete the final exam. After completing the final test, you can print a Prodiags certificate from your performance record to mark your expertise.
After completing this training module, you will have good basic knowledge about proactive vehicle maintenance. You will gain excellent knowledge and skills after driving instruction and/or very well positioned to engage in further studies. During this training module, you will gain valuable knowledge about your vehicles condition, improving operational safety, and user experience. Proactive maintenance also means savings due to reduced maintenance costs in the future.