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5 Fact about the RR Silver Ghost for Students in Auto Mechanic Courses

Produced from 1907 to 1926, the Silver Ghost established Rolls-Royce’s reputation as one of the world’s leading automobile manufacturers. The car was renowned not only for its uncommon reliability, but…
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The 4 Most Common Welding Mistakes Students in Mechanic Training Learn to Avoid

Welding, where materials are heated and joined together, may seem like a simple task, but it can be dangerous when the equipment or environment is handled improperly. There are over…
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What Mobility as a Service Could Mean for Grads of Auto Repair Programs

It’s a truth universally acknowledged that everybody stuck in traffic is looking for a way out. In Canada, more than 15.9 million people commute to work, with the average driver…
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Why Play in the Steering Wheel Is no Fun for Students in Auto Service Programs

Maintenance work is an important part of keeping any car up and running properly. One of the most common issues with a car’s steering system is known as excessive play,…
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A Mechanic’s Guide to Different Transmissions

  Graduates of auto mechanic courses know that when a gas-powered car is running, its engine rotates very quickly—too quickly for the car’s wheels. A transmission serves as an intermediary…
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