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3 Common Causes of Auto Body Damage Seen by Auto Body Repair Technicians

Accidents might first come to mind as the most likely culprit behind auto body damage. However, there are many different reasons a vehicle may suffer body damage. In fact, damage…
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Considering Careers in the Auto Industry? Here’s a Day in the Life of an Emissions Specialist

It’s no secret that vehicles emit exhaust which can be harmful to the environment. Of all vehicles in Quebec that are between 11 to 25 years old, 22 per cent…
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3 Key Responsibilities Overseen by Pros With Automotive F&I Manager Training

The finance and insurance (F&I) department of a dealership comes into action once a customer has agreed to purchase a vehicle. During this time, the sales team will pass the…
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4 Benefits to Working Night Shifts After Dispatch Training

Understandably, when most people think of working the night shift they imagine feeling tired all the time, falling asleep on the job, and never seeing the light of day. However,…
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3 Steps to Detailing an Engine for Students in an Auto Detailing Course

Maintaining a clean engine bay not only helps keep a vehicle looking its best, but also makes sure that it’s running its best too. When debris, dirt, and grime build…
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3 Tips for Acing Your Auto Mechanic Apprenticeship Interview

In a survey, one third of employers indicated that they know if they are going to hire an applicant within the first 90 seconds of an interview. This gives you,…
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3 Facts About Engine Misfire for Future Pros with Careers in the Auto Industry

An automobile misfire is a little like a skip in the normal, healthy purr of the engine. The engine’s rotation hiccups, recovers, hiccups again, and continues on in this cycle….
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3 Things for Students in Mechanic Certification Programs to Know About Car Audio Systems

Vehicle audio systems have been around since 1930 when Motorola introduced the very first car radio. At the time, the technology was extremely expensive. In fact, Motorola’s radio cost $130…
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Students at ATC Toronto Restore a Classic 80s Go-Kart

For a bit of practical fun, students at Automotive Training Centre’s Toronto campus did a little restoration project not too long ago: they took a 1980s Tomcat go-kart, shined it…
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Students in Car Painting Courses, Here’s How Self-Healing Paint Works on Cars

Self-healing car paint may sound like something out of a sci-fi movie, but it’s reality. Japanese car manufacturer, Nissan, has introduced vehicles with self-healing paint in the past. However, they…
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