From Kara Yorio’s article on the NorthJersey.com website:
Becca Ziobro’s arm is deep into the engine of her Nissan Sentra, which is pulled halfway into the garage of her Ramsey home.
“Don’t be afraid to step up, ladies,” she said, and the group, which had been keeping its distance, moves forward and eagerly looks into the engine while listening to Ziobro. Radiator, air filter, oil, coolant. Each woman is listening intently. They have come here to learn automotive basics from Ziobro, a professional mechanic who is now a stay-at-home mom.
“I don’t know anything about cars except driving,” Meghana Kakade of Mahwah said when asked why she paid her $20 to attend the two-hour course from Ziobro.