Free leak check available now through September | Don’t Drip & Drive

From now until September, visit any participating repair shop and get a free visual leak check.

From now until September, visit any participating repair shop and get a free visual leak check.

The City of Sumner is working with a number of different businesses and non-profits to support the Don’t Drip and Drive campaign.

If repairs need to be done, you will receive 10 percent off.

Car Smart Automotive Repair in Sumner and Larry’s Classic Quality Brake in Bonney Lake are local repair shops participating in this campaign.

For a complete list of participating repair shops visit Fix Car Leaks’ website.

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