Alston Gray

Alston Gray
Alston Gray
How to Own a Car on the Cheap (without sacrificing quality)
**Upcoming eBook release date: August 1, 2016
This book is written for the lay-person to understand how to avoid expensive maintenance work and still maintain their vehicle. Major topics are covered that typically lead to costly service.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Chapter 1 – The Truth about Vehicle “Tune-Ups”
Chapter 2 – The Secret of Vehicle Longevity – Part 1
Chapter 3 – The Secret of Vehicle Longevity – Part 2
Chapter 4 – The “Check Engine Light”
Chapter 5 – When to Repair your Vehicle
Chapter 6 – Is a Certified Used Vehicle Cost Effective?
Chapter 7 – “Factory” and “Aftermarket” Replacement Parts
Chapter 8 – Do and Don’t List
Chapter 9 – Do-It-Yourself Section
Chapter 10 – Automotive Resources Websites
Chapter 11 – Questions and Answers
Chapter 12 – Summary /Final Thoughts / Conclusion

This is the first book in a 5-part series.
California / USA
Graduated from Ferris State University Automotive Service program, worked for American Motors as pool mechanic, Ethyl Corporation as research and development technician, retired from Toyota Technical Center, USA, Inc. (TEMA) after 26 years.

Previously attained Master Toyota Technician, Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Master Technician, former member (15yrs.) of Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE). Developed a system to use Toyota company vehicles (5,000+) as candidates for engineering analysis.

Knowledge is power and the truth will make you free.