Police Partnership and Local Shops Address Car Light Repair

Sept. 8, 2022

Lights On! is a non-profit that will pay up to $250 to help drivers with car light repairs.

Sept. 8, 2022—A Lights On! program has been launched in a Virginia community. 

According to WRIC, the police department in Louisa, Virginia, has partnered with Lights On! to help local drivers fix their car lights. 

Lights On! is a non-profit that will pay up to $250 to help drivers with car light repairs such as headlights and taillights. The article reported that Lights On! has partnerships for its program in 16 states. 

The partnership aims to offer vouchers to drivers that are stopped if their lights need repair. The driver can use the voucher at a participating repair shop. 

Kenny's Central Auto Center and Haymaker Auto Repair are two shops local to Louisa that are conducting these repairs.

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