Mt. Horeb company connects schools with auto shops

Mount Horeb-based WrenchWay is working with local high schools to connect them with area auto shops in an effort to combat the labor shortage, according to a report from WMTV NBC-15.

Verona Area High School students can take an automotive class and learn everything from basic maintenance to removing a transmission, and with WrenchWay’s assistance, the school’s program has expanded.

WrenchWay has connected the school with an area Zimbrick dealership to provide students with hands-on learning.