PEORIA, AZ - Arizona high school students will be getting their hands dirty as they compete in a car competition.
Students will be putting their car skills to the test during the 64th annual Ford/AAA Student Auto Skills competition.
During the competition, teams will race against the clock to diagnoses and fix an intentionally broken car. The winners will have the opportunity to compete in the national competition.
The contest is open to 11th and 12-grade students enrolled in an automotive technology course at their high school.
Teams from Centennial High School and Sunrise Mountain High School in Peoria, Ariz. joined ABC15 Mornings and went through a quick competition of their own.
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