Georgia Auto Accident Attorneys Montlick & Associates Sponsor Free 10-Point Auto Safety Inspection in Sharpsburg, GA
As part of its 30 year commitment to public service and family safety, Montlick & Associates, Atlanta Auto Accident Attorneys, is again sponsoring a pre-holiday auto safety check, this Saturday, June 29th from 12pm to 4pm at the Sam’s Club, 310 Fischer Road in Sharpsburg, Georgia. Experts from the Safe America Foundation will perform a 10-point inspection including a check of tires, belts, brakes and other key parts, compliments of Montlick & Associates.
The Georgia Auto Accident Attorneys have partnered with the Safe America Foundation - the metro Atlanta non-profit leader in driver safety - to provide a complimentary pre-holiday auto safety inspection, Saturday, June 29th from 12pm to 4pm at the Sam’s Club located at 310 Fischer Road in Sharpsburg, Georgia. Experts from the Safe America Foundation will be on hand to perform the 10-point inspection, which includes:
- An oil check
- A battery check
- Headlight check
- Turn signal check
- A close-up look at tire treads to make sure they have sufficient tread and no puncture wounds
- A review of windshield wiper blades
- A look 'under-the-hood' at any belts
- Review of auto emission inspection sticker (to make sure it's current)
- Brake light check
- Brake 'test'
Neglected maintenance can lead to more than just unexpected breakdowns and travel delays. Research indicates that unperformed maintenance is a contributing factor in 1 out of every 20 accidents.
"Driver safety is a priority for our firm, that’s why we’re pleased to sponsor this complimentary car safety check," says Montlick & Associates Chief Executive Officer and Founder, David Montlick. “The inspection is quick and easy and will help you get to your destination more safely this holiday. If your car has not been inspected recently, we urge you to take advantage of this free public service. Avoiding unexpected repairs could also help you save hundreds, or even thousands of dollars in repairs.”
Appointments for the June 29th free inspection can be made by visiting safeamerica.org or calling them at 770-973-SAFE. Event information is also posted at montlick.com.
About Montlick & Associates
Since 1984, the Georgia Car Injury Attorneys at Montlick & Associates have made it their goal to be the best auto accident law firm in Georgia and the Southeast. The Atlanta-based firm represents families and individuals in all types of cases involving personal injury and wrongful death. Individuals who have been injured in an accident involving any type of negligence, including by way of example drunk driving, can call the firm 24/7 days including weekends and holidays at 1-800-LAW-NEED for a free consultation. They can also visit the firm's website at montlick.com and fill out the firm's Free Case Evaluation form or use their Free 24/7 Live Online Chat. The firm is recognized for its long history of giving back to the community through its unprecedented level of extensive public service programs, a majority of which focus on helping families prevent injuries. For more information about the firm's Family Safety & Legal Tips programs and other public service initiatives, please visit montlick.com/communityservice.
Montlick & Associates' partnership with the Safe America Foundation began in the Fall of 2010 with the firm sponsoring a "Braking Contest" where teens competed against each other on driving simulators. Over the years, the partnership has expanded to include new teen driver safety initiatives around prom season, and in the summer time when many teens are out of school and driving on Georgia roads. The SafeTeen Georgia Driving Academy is one of the biggest driver safety events in Georgia, and one that Montlick & Associates proudly supports.
About the Safe America Foundation
The Safe America Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit licensed by the state of Georgia. Chartered in 1994, the Marietta, Georgia based foundation partners with corporate, governmental, public and private sector organizations, and other nonprofits to improve the safety awareness and preparedness of Americans.