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A Guide to High-Mileage Oil If You’re Considering an Auto Service Technician Course

Vehicles are becoming more reliable and longer lasting, which means that the number of older, high-mileage vehicles on the road is increasing. Older vehicles tend to have unique maintenance considerations,…
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Classic Car Spotlight: A Look at the History of the El Camino for Students in Auto Mechanic School

American drivers in the 1950’s had a problem. With the expanding highway infrastructure and the allure of the open road, they needed a car that could take them where they…
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The Disappearance of the Wagon: Why Auto Service Writers Won’t Often Encounter This Particular Vehicle Type

There are so many different types of cars available on the market today, from minivans and pickup trucks to sports cars and SUVS. As a future auto service writer, you’ll…
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Common Problems With Manual Cars That Auto Service Writers Know All too Well

Auto service writers have an important job. Often the first point of contact when a customer comes into a shop with car troubles, service writers work directly with the customer…
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Want to Become an Auto Mechanic in Montreal? Check Out Our Recap of the Formula E

Sure, it closed down some streets and made Montreal’s infamous traffic even worse, but for fans of auto racing—and electric cars in particular—the recent Formula E electric car street race…
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