Diagnostic Strategies For New Technicians
In my textbook, a piston or flame front would not be mentioned until the last chapter of the book.
The Differences Between ‘I Think’ & ‘I Know’ Training
We may all learn the same material – but it’s how you apply it that helps you in daily operations.
Close Encounters – Making Contact Is The First Giant Leap
Digital vehicle inspections can be a powerful customer service tool.
How Much Does The Other Guy Make?
The National Labor Relations Act protects an employee’s rights to talk about his – and others’ – paycheck.
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.”
Scanning & Recalibration: What Category Are You?
When a calibration is not completed, the response is either I did not know, I did not plan or I did not need to.
Cell Phones and Customer Behavior
An educated customer is a good thing, but access to wrong information can make some people less trusting.
The Repair Road Ahead – Will Future Techs Be Stranded?
Despite the challenges of teaching the newest technology, students still need to learn it. How can instructors keep up?
Losing Your Cool: When Compressors Go Bad
A bad A/C compressor and a bad
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Orange Barrels Highlight Importance Of Automotive Parts
Increased traffic on the road can lead to increased traffic in your shop. Are your customers ready to road trip?
The New Normal: Full Recovery Or Pricing Reset?
Collision repairers will continue to see their pricing affected as the new normal takes shape.
Welcome Back To Road Trip Season
In a recent poll, Hertz found that more than 80% of people surveyed say they plan to take a road trip this summer.