Auto Hobby Club FAQ

Auto Hobby Club FAQ

Auto Hobby Club FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions


Q: Who can join the 22 Wing Auto Club?
A: Individuals who are eligible to join the Auto Club will fall into one of three categories depending on their affiliation with the military or associated organizations: Regular, Ordinary or Associate.  Consult the Club’s constitution for more information on membership type qualifications.

Q: Can my son, daughter, spouse, or friend work in the shop?
A: Immediate family members as defined in the Club’s constitution may purchase a membership to work on their own vehicles.  Friends and family may assist a member in working on their own vehicle.

Q: I need to use the shop during a time that it is not normally open, what can I do?
A: Only Auto Club Stewards have access to the club during off hours. Emergency vehicle repairs for visiting family members of Stewards is allowed whenever the club is open or closed. For all other circumstances, you'll have to wait until designated club hours (no exceptions).

Q: What do I do with my old tires, battery or oil after working at the shop?
A: Used oil can be disposed of in our oil receptor at a cost of $1.00 per 4 Litres. The club is not responsible for the disposal of old tires, batteries or used glycol.

Q: I want the club to buy a special tool that they don’t already have, what should I do?
A: If there is sufficient requirement, specialty tools may be purchased by the Auto Club Facility Manager. To request a tool, place a request on the Auto Club bulletin board or by sending an email to the Facility Manager.

Q: I have a suggestion for an improvement to the club, what should I do?
A: Suggestions can be placed on the Auto Club bulletin board or sent to the Club’s Executive.
 

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