Don't Drip and Drive - Keep Our Waters Clean

Release Date: October 22, 2020
Protect Our Waters.png

Where is that leak from? It can be hard to tell if that leak under your car is from your vehicle, just the rain, or from someone else’s vehicle. As we head into fall and winter, now is a great time to prepare your vehicle by getting any leaks checked out and repaired. Learn how at

Take a Quick 3-Question Survey

Take this survey to help us better understand car care in the community: Car Care and Leak Prevention Survey

Free Workshops

Talking to a mechanic about your car concerns can feel overwhelming. If you are unsure of what to ask a mechanic when you take your car to get inspected or fixed?  Feel empowered with information and the right questions to ask after taking a FREE Auto Leaks workshop. These workshops are available to all Puget Sound residents: The workshops are available to Puget Sound residents

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recommends keeping on top of automotive maintenance to prevent and repair leaks, and disposing of used motor oil and other automotive fluids and batteries at designated drop-offs or recycling locations – find one near you at Also, it is preferable to wash your car at a commercial car wash instead of in your driveway. By law, car washes must treat their wastewater before disposing of it.

Thanks for helping to keep our waters clean.