METHUEN — Chief Scott J. McNamara reports that the Methuen Police Department, in collaboration with the Lawrence Police Department and AAA Northeast, will offer a free Car Care Safety Resource Event.
Saturday, May 21, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
46 Stafford St., Lawrence — on the Lawrence/Methuen town line
A free day of education, resources, community and fun for all ages will be held in collaboration with the Lawrence Police Department and AAA Northeast. The event will include AAA car safety inspections, a chance to touch and explore public safety vehicles, food trucks, the Lawrence Police Department Ice Cream Truck, and a chance to meet local first responders.
“Our officers spend countless hours on the road, so we understand the importance of driving a safe and reliable vehicle,” said Chief McNamara. “I invite the community to join us for a day of fun activities, good food, and an opportunity to learn more about how to keep our favorite vehicles running smoothly and safely, and how to safely respond to an emergency on the road.”
“AAA will be on hand to support and we share the Methuen and Lawrence Police department’s dedication to promoting car care and driving safety,” said Darlene Ford of AAA Northeast. “AAA Northeast fleet technicians will be on hand for free car checkups. Get your battery tested, have your tire pressure checked and receive unbiased advice from experts who know first-hand what can go wrong with your car while out on the road – and what you can do to prevent breakdowns. It’s the perfect opportunity to give your vehicle a quick checkup to make sure you’re ready for the summer driving season.”
To learn more about AAA Northeast, visit: https://northeast.aaa.com/.