Turbo Tim’s to Offer Free Emission Repairs to Low-Income Minnesota Drivers

June 13, 2024
The initiative is part of Project Clean Air Repair, a project from nonprofit group Environmental Initiative.

Turbo Tim’s of Minnesota has partnered with a nonprofit organization to provide free emission repairs, reports the St. Paul Pioneer Press.

The initiative is part of Project Clean Air Repair (CAR), a project from nonprofit group Environmental Initiative to provide free repairs on emission controls and exhaust systems for low-income drivers through partnerships with local auto shops.

Besides Turbo Tim’s, several other local shops are also participating in Project CAR, including the Lift Garage, Cars for Neighbors, the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe Small Vehicle Garage, Nghia’s Auto Service, and Newgate School.

Those qualified for emission repairs through Project CAR may have them done at any of Turbo Tim’s three locations in St. Paul Midway, West St. Paul, or Northeast Minneapolis.

“Joining forces with Project CAR aligns perfectly with our mission to serve the community,” said Turbo Tim’s Owner Tim Suggs. “By providing emissions repairs at no cost to qualifying Minnesotans, we’re hitting the road running toward cleaner air and a brighter future.”

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