Mitch Becker, Author at Tomorrows Technician
Pre-Inspection And Scan: A Necessary Practice

You’ll be glad you did a pre-inspection of the vehicle after you deliver it back and hear: “It was working before.”

Collision, Mechanical And Transportation Crossover Is Real

With manufacturers racing toward autonomous vehicles, segmentation of repair segments is blurring.

ADAS Secrets – What Are The Senses Telling You?

Don’t assume the process to repair all vehicle ADAS systems is the same.

ADAS Secrets – What Are The Senses Telling You?

Don’t assume the process to repair all vehicle ADAS systems is the same.

ADAS: What Are Your Senses Telling You?

As you drive down the road in your vehicle, you’re using all of your senses to react to the environment around you.

Skipping Scan Procedures: What You Don’t Know Can Cost You

Skipping pre- and post-repair scans or other electronic procedures can cost you time and money as well as your reputation.

How To Dress Welds For Success

Dressing welds may not be rocket science, but the process requires an understanding of welding and the metals being welded.

Got Tech Skills? Welcome To The Automotive Industry

You may be hooking up a tool you bought two years ago. Is that tool actually reading all systems? The answer is no.

Spot Welding Is A Requirement

Spot welds have been recommended in vehicle repair for years. Now, they’re required.

Plastic: To Repair Or To Replace

The industry has new equipment and better tools to complete strong and durable repairs.

Advanced Materials: We’ve Come A Long Way From Mild Steel

We’ve come a long way from the mild-steel vehicles of the past. Technology is taking the collision industry in directions we never dreamed of. The changes we’ve seen in just the past few years are mind-boggling. And I do not believe the changes are going to stop anytime soon.

Auto Body: Repairing Aluminum Vehicles

Many shops think all aluminum repairs are the same, but this is where some problems arise. As these same issues arise in vehicles made of newer steels, the aluminum-intensive vehicles are more prone to issues.