Fundraiser shines headlights on charities

Auto Check Automotive is aiming headlights toward safety and charity.

Auto Check Automotive is helping drivers see clearly so they might help others.

Everyday driving can jostle a vehicle’s headlights out of alignment, and with fewer daylight hours in the fall and winter, seeing – and being seen – is crucial to one’s safety.

So Auto Check, at Unit J, 11 Cliff St., is aiming headlights toward safety and charity.

For minimum donation of $20, Auto Check will align a vehicle’s headlights and donate the proceeds to Haven Society and Loaves and Fishes Community Food Bank.

For best results, a vehicle’s gas tank should be at least half full.

The fundraiser takes place Saturday (Nov. 19) and Nov. 26 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

For more information, please e-mail karen@autocheckca.

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