Tune Up Your Website For Fall Car Care Month

Tune Up Your Website For Fall Car Care Month

The Car Care Council suggests four quick and easy website updates in advance of Fall Car Care Month in October.

A quick visit to www.carcare.org can help shops, stores and auto care organizations tune up their websites with valuable car care information.

The Car Care Council suggests four quick and easy website updates in advance of Fall Car Care Month in October.

  1. Add a Fall Car Care Month digital banner to your website. Download at no charge on the Car Care Council’s website at: www.carcare.org/industry-participants/web-banners.
  • To download free educational handouts and flyers, link to www.carcare.org/handouts-and-flyers. The files are printer-ready and present important auto care information in a straightforward, common-sense way that makes vehicle service and repair understandable.
  • Link to www.carcare.org/car-care-guide to view the popular digital Car Care Guide. Visitors also can order a free printed copy of the 80-page guide for their glove compartment.

The Car Care Council also has a variety of free car care images available for download at www.flickr.com/carcarecouncil for use on websites, social media platforms and other digital communications. 

“Updating a website can be fast and easy if you have access to the right tools and information,” said Nathan Perrine, executive director of the Car Care Council. “It just takes a few minutes to incorporate the free content from the Car Care Council that will help your customers and other website visitors be more car care aware.”

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