Women 'Auto' Know

Mechanic Audra Fordin wants women to not be intimidated by cars.
1:31 | 06/20/13

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-- -- -- It's not it is not a quiz -- bigger. Women ought to -- started off -- just women because there was that big stereotype of mail industry and bring women into the space where they're feeling uncomfortable. Never expected anything -- the don't know about the company should. My husband deals -- is really -- Five -- -- -- -- as a resource to empower and educate drivers of all ages. -- -- -- Confident and knowledgeable consumers passengers and drivers DO HC sixteen -- -- -- me -- -- Yes and dual overhead -- we bring people -- their -- shop and Bob would have the right athlete gets shunted anything you can see all the little things happen when parts are what they look like they're good at it like when they're bad guys. -- -- Watching that the light bulbs stops. When people get it I can't price tag. If it's really spectacular. And the best way to -- safe in the repair shop is no -- Clark. Do you really needed capital investments --

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