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If You’re in Auto Technician Training, Learn When All-Wheel Drive is Needed

Many buyers look for power in their vehicles, in its various incarnations. From suspension settings to horsepower to 0-60 times, car fans love to hear how much of a punch…
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[Infographic] A Guide to Different Engine Types

A car can have the nicest chrome exhaust tip and the plushest seats, but it’s the engine that truly makes a car a car. While most automobiles today use internal…
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4 Signs a Car Needs a Wheel Alignment That Auto Mechanics Should Notice

Wheel alignment, or suspension angles, are optimized and set by car manufacturers. Over time, the wheels and steering components can go out of alignment. They will do so more quickly…
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Winter and All-Weather Tires: What an Automotive Service Technician Needs to Know

If you were to judge solely based on their names, you would think that all-weather tires functioned just as well as winter tires in snowy conditions. However, this is not…
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Alignment vs. Tire Balancing: How Auto Technicians Know Which One is Necessary

Drivers often get confused about the differences between wheel alignment and balancing, and many wrongly assume that the two are the same. The truth is that wheel alignment and balancing…
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