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Tech Competition Preps for Computer-Based Vehicles

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Jan. 13, 2020—A New York-based auto tech competition is preparing the next generation to fix computer-based vehicles, reports CBS New York.

The New York Auto Tech Competition, taking place in Queens, N.Y., has high schoolers from all over the state competing in auto repair competitions.

Students have to prove their precision in wheel alignment, diagnostics, and identifying problems with vehicles, and have 15 minutes to diagnose the problem.

The winners have moved on to the nationals to compete for $3 million in scholarships and prizes.

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