Chevrolet Certified Service Rescue Squad Put to Work at Woodward

Classic cruisers occasionally die on the road for any number of reasons.  In an effort to keep things moving at this year’s Woodward Dream Cruise, the Chevrolet Certified Service Rescue Squad was hard at work, rescuing cruisers that stalled, overheated, or ran out of gas. The squad was conveniently prepared to assist any participants at a moment’s notice.

“It’s called the ‘The Dream Cruise’, but an overheated engine, a drained battery, or a flat tire can turn that dream into a nightmare for enthusiasts whose countdown clock to Woodward starts the day the last one ends,” said Chris Brandt, Chevrolet Certified Service advertising manager in a statement. “No one wants to break down or cause ‘The Dream Traffic Jam,’ so Chevrolet Certified Service technicians will help cruisers with the kind of minor issues that can be easily remedied.”

GM Certified Service Technician
Certified Service Technicians were on hand to help those in need at the Woodward Dream Cruise.

In an effort to help participants better prepare for this year’s event, the automaker compiled a list of the most common issues from last year’s event. Dying batteries, low fluid levels, low gas levels, and tire and wiper conditions all made the list of things to look over before heading to this year’s event.

Learn more about the annual Woodward Dream Cruise here.

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