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Trubilt Collision Offers Free Auto Safety Class to Women

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May 21, 2015—On Tuesday, Trubilt Collision Center of Eau Claire, Wis., held a free class to women in the community to educate them on car safety.

The workshop was specifically aimed at teaching women skills like defensive driving, what happens when an airbag is deployed and how to break the glass to escape from a vehicle.

"We focus on educating women in the Chippewa Valley and give them the tools and the resources to make sound decisions when it comes to their vehicle safety and repairs," Amy Wolfe with Trubilt said. “We want these women to walk away with one more piece of information that they didn’t know before. That’s our ultimate goal.”

Trubilt plans on holding another workshop like this one in the fall with a new topic like oil changes or changing a tire.

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