With daylight hours steadily decreasing, local auto repair and supply companies want to make sure Whatcom County drivers have their vehicle lights in good working order.
In support of National Car Care Month, the Whatcom County unit of the Automotive Service Association will conduct free inspections, as well as replace faulty standard exterior vehicle bulbs free of charge.
The inspections will be performed by local technicians and students from Bellingham Technical College. Due to costs, the volunteers won’t be able to provide LED or HID bulbs but can possibly install them if the driver provides the bulbs.
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The program is in its 43rd year. Nita Harksell of Pete’s Auto Repair in Ferndale said about 200 vehicles in Bellingham and 125 in Everson are inspected each year.
The standard bulbs are being provided by Bellingham and Everson NAPA Auto Parts stores.