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(KSL News) Local auto service centers in the area donated 18 cars today to victims of domestic violence.
The shop owners donated labor and parts to restore cars to road-worthy condition for people who need help restoring their lives after escaping domestic violence.
Janet Basta says the Auto Value Bumper to Bumper campaign has opened a whole new world of opportunity for her. "I plan on becoming a nurse, and with the busy days of work and school ahead of me, this just makes the dream more realistic," she said.
Victims also received help for licensing and title fees, insurance and a 12,000 mile warranty.