The 1A Auto team delivers a used car to students and staff in Nashoba Tech’s Automotive Technology program.

WESTFORD — Members of the 1A Auto Parts team visited Nashoba Valley Technical High School’s annual Open House on Nov. 3 to teach kids and their parents how to check their oil and other basic car and road safety.

The 1A Auto team delivers a used car to students and staff in Nashoba Tech’s Automotive Technology program.

Rick Green, CEO of Westford-based 1A Auto was proud to participate and partner with the Automotive Repair Technology program at Nashoba Valley Technical High School of Westford during the school’s Open House.

Andy Chiras, Len Derouchers and Susan Ricciardi, all members of 1A Auto’s video mechanic team, volunteered their time to help students run a basic clinic. Parents and prospective students from throughout the Nashoba and Merrimack valleys toured the school.

The team at 1A also delivered a used car to the Automotive Repair Technology program on which students will be able to practice their skills.