Mott Community College’s automotive department is reopening its student service garage to the public starting Feb. 13, giving drivers a low-cost option for auto repairs again, ABC12 News reported.
The garage – it closed to the public in 2020 due to the pandemic – will cost $10 per vehicle per day for inspection, diagnosis, and repairs. And drivers only pay for the cost of installed parts.
Meanwhile, Mott students gain skills by working on vehicles with oversight from instructors, ASE Certified mechanics.
"We're very excited to get back to 'normal' operations," said Dr. Madonna Jackson, dean of Mott's Division of Technology. "The pandemic shut down in-person business for a few semesters, and we're happy to be back on campus and providing this popular service to the community once again."