The Car Care Council has launched its redesigned “Be Car Care Aware” website, www.carcare.org. Visitors to the new site will be greeted by a redesigned homepage that is both user-friendly and easy to navigate. The site features a wealth of practical vehicle maintenance and repair information for consumers, the aftermarket industry and the media, which is clearly organized and labeled for each audience.
“Since launching the ‘Be Car Care Aware’ website more than five years ago, we have learned that motorists are hungry for the vehicle maintenance and repair information found on the site,” said Rich White, executive director of the Car Care Council. “The new clean look, coupled with enhanced graphics and new multi-media capabilities, allows the Car Care Council to provide timely, relevant information to key audiences in a more organized fashion.”
Consumers will find helpful information on vehicle care and preventive maintenance. They can order a free copy of the newly-updated Car Care Guide, print a free service interval schedule and find a repair shop or auto parts store.
For industry members, the website offers ways to get involved with the “Be Car Care Aware” campaign, information about National Car Care Month and Fall Car Care Month, and downloadable forms to order point-of-sale starter kits and “Be Car Care Aware” brochures. It also contains industry press releases and helpful information for hosting events during Car Care Months.
Media members will benefit from press releases, articles and the new Car Care Minute videos, as well as information of the various vehicle systems and questions to ask a technician.
Visitors need only type the words “car care” into any major search engine to find www.carcare.org. The Car Care Council site is ranked first on all major search engines including AOL, Ask.com, Google, MSN and Yahoo.
The Car Care Council is the source of information for the “Be Car Care Aware” consumer education campaign promoting the benefits of regular vehicle care, maintenance and repair to consumers. For a copy of the council’s Car Care Guide or for more information, visit www.carcare.org.