Without access to updates, your shop might not be able to complete a job or may even lose the business to the competition.
Mercedes Czerepak knew exactly what she wanted to do at a very young age: work on cars.
K Tool International is expanding its tool storage line with a new 600-lb. capacity shop cart that provides organization and security for tools of all types.
Automotive students at a Burnsville, Minnesota, high school work on donated and staff vehicles for $40 an hour – earning each student about $350 at the end of the school year.
Now more than ever in the automotive service industry, employers are looking to hire automotive technicians with more that just the traditional set of automotive technician skills required to do the job. Automotive service shops prefer job applicants with general business and communication skills, on top of their automotive service skills, that give them an
Some of the most difficult problems to diagnose are engine problems. There is NO scan tool that can tell you that you have a bad cam lobe on Cylinder #4! Take our 5 question quick quiz to test your knowledge of base engine problems and how to diagnose them using tools you already have in your shop.
Have you had a GM vehicle in your shop with one of these issues: no crank conditions, intermittent starting problems, start & stall, engine cranks but no injector pulse, the security light is on but the vehicle starts and runs anyway? If so, take our five question quick quiz and get great tips on intermittent problems that drive you crazy!
Do you know how to deal with an insistent badgering customer or a price shopper? Take our five question quick quiz to test your knowledge on how to deal with the various types of people you’ll meet in your shop.
Can every tech in your shop analyze and diagnose vehicles in 15 minutes or less? Do you know how to analyze amperage waveforms captured with your DSO and low-amp current probe to monitor electrical current through wires? Take our quick quiz to improve your accuracy and help cut your diagnostic time.
What if you could save 30 minutes each day in the shop? Do you have some areas in the shop where you might be wasting a little bit of time? You might have an A/C recovery machine that’s not quite up to its 100% potential. What we’re going to talk about in this tip clip
In this series of short tip clips from management and service writing instructor George Witt you will learn several quick tips that will help to to better market your shop. George talks about things such as friendliness, cleanliness, reminders, humor, training, and equipment.