CCCTC Automotive Mechanics Students Remind Vehicle Owners About Preventive Maintenance

In photo from left to right are Automotive Mechanics students Stone McGary, Clearfield Area High School; Jebulon Klingler, West Branch Area High School; and Austin Spencer, Curwensville Area High School.

Students in the Collision Repair program at the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC) are currently learning about different types of preventive maintenance.  Sterling Bush, Collision Repair student from Clearfield Area High School, explains that preventive maintenance should be a priority for your vehicle, especially during this time of year. He said that simple maintenance can save a lot of money by helping your car perform and look its best. Sterling said that technicians are also trained to check fluids and tires in your vehicle when having your oil changed. To learn more about the Automotive Mechanics program for high school or adult students, visit us at