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3 Ways New FMCSA Truck Driving Regulations Will Impact Dispatch Training Grads

Rules and regulations for driving can change over time, often a result of new technologies or research studies. If you’re planning to start dispatch training, being up-to-date on both Canadian…
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3 Common Auto Repair Myths you’ll Hear in your Service Advisor Career

Working as a service advisor will give you the chance to have plenty of customer interactions as they come in and out of the shop for check-ups, routine maintenance, and…
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Pursuing a Career in Auto Body Repair? Here’s how to Remove Car Emblems

In the world of auto body work, ‘debadging’ is the process of removing manufacturer emblems from a vehicle in order to give it a smooth, customized look. Some people who…
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Our Guide to Different Types of Spark Plugs for the Future Automotive Technician

Because they’re responsible for making an ignition system work, spark plugs are one of the most important parts you’ll find in a gas-powered engine. When firing up a car, gasoline…
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What Auto Mechanic College Students Can Expect from the All-New Ford GT

Is this the most sought-after car in the world? Ford recently opened up the application process for its next generation GT, which will start shipping at the end of the…
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