University Organized Event Offers Free check-ups for Bikes

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According to the news, students from the University of Georgia are being granted free safety checks before they get on with their holiday season. Even if all they need to have checked is their bicycle.

Mechanics from the UGA Campus Transit along with Five Star Automotive will be present at the University’s Tate Student Center where ‘Operation SafeDrive’ will be taken place. The annual event will be happening from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. and it’s sponsored by the UGA Parking Services. During those hours, workers and students alike will have the opportunity to have their vehicle checked so any possible issues may be prevented before they hit the road.

The new thing about this year’s event is that for the first time, bikes are included in the safety inspections and tune-ups. Organizers have stated that an electric-powered Chevrolet Volt will be on display during the whole event so the community can learn a bit about the allegedly environmentally friendly vehicle.

As a Los Angeles car accident lawyer I appreciate initiatives that will educate drivers and riders nationwide. Maintaining your vehicle in a good condition can diminish the chances of a car accident related to technical malfunction. For any other car accident that you or a loved one might be involved with, contact a personal injury lawyer as fast as possible.