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What Graduates of Dispatch Training Should Know About Seasonal Truck Weight Restrictions

While both dispatchers and truck drivers must be aware of permanent weight restrictions in place at locations such as bridges, they must also stay up to date on seasonal weight…
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A Roundup of the Top 4 Microcars of All Time for Students in Auto Body Schools

The term ‘microcar’ is elastic. For example, the US-based Vintage Microcar Club defines a microcar primarily by engine capacity, pointing out that most small vehicles with an engine capacity under…
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What Students in Auto Repair Programs Should Know About Engine Braking

Did you know that it’s possible to slow down a car without using the brake pedal? Although the process works a little differently in diesel and gasoline-powered cars, the effect…
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How to Clean a Clogged Windshield Washer Nozzle During Your Auto Detailing Career

It’s a familiar moment to many drivers when they attempt to clean their windshields but their washer nozzles are unable to deliver enough fluid—or any fluid, for that matter. Often,…
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Are Charging Times for EVs About to Get Shorter? What Students in Mechanic Programs Need to Know!

One of the overriding issues that has hampered the “mainstreaming” of electric vehicles (EVs) is the charge rate that many of them require. Compared to the handful of minutes needed…
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Attention Auto Sales College Grads: Here Are the Top Concept Cars From This Year’s Geneva Motor Show

Auto sales professionals have many reasons to get excited about auto shows. Concept cars provide an exclusive sneak peek into what the future of the automobile industry may hold, so…
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What Collision Estimators Should Know About Rear Spoiler Replacements

A recent study has shown that rear-end collisions remain the most common type of accident that Canadian vehicles are involved with, with 25.17 per cent of reported accidents consisting of…
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The Lowdown on Daycabs and Sleepers for Graduates of Dispatch Courses

A freight company’s fleet typically consists of a combination of various types of trucks. Factors that can affect this fleet composition include logistical strategy (like the types of routes covered…
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What Auto Career Professionals Should Know About Hyundai’s Exciting 2019 Santa Fe

Now on its 4th generation, Hyundai’s new 2019 Santa Fe has recently made its entrance onto the auto scene and fans are excited for it to be released onto the…
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Grads of Auto Service College Beware: 3 of the Hardest-to-Park Cars of All Time

It goes without saying that the likes of long buses and stretch limos are among some the hardest vehicles on the road to park. However, even among consumer cars with…
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