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A Look at the Components in an Engine Lubrication System for Students in Car Mechanic Training

July 27, 2017

Whether you’ve worked on cars your entire life or are interested in learning a bit more about the way they work, you likely already know that vehicles need to have their oil changed quite frequently. While most people are aware that cars need oil to operate, many individuals don’t have any idea of what’s actually

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Introducing Aston Martin’s New DB11 For Those In Auto Training School

August 25, 2016

Aston Martin is an iconic brand, known by most as James Bond’s car of choice for all the high speed chases and other exciting events in his 26 movies. However, despite that marquee spot in popular culture, the company has had a rather tough history. They’ve gone through bankruptcy seven times in their century of

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Auto Training School Students! Check Out These Mountune Updates for the Ford Focus RS

May 19, 2016

Blink and you’ll miss it. The new 2016 Ford Focus RS is as beautiful as it is quick, doing 0-100 in 4.6 seconds—stock. 350hp will do that. The new hot hatch is basically a rally car disguised as a city driver, but auto training school students will know that even though this car can make

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Above & Beyond: How a Good Automotive Service Advisor Becomes Great

December 10, 2015

Today’s top automotive professionals know it takes more than just technical handiwork to build a successful garage. It’s all about making real connections with every client who walks through the door, offering truly meaningful assistance, and helping members of their communities extend the lives of their vehicles. Developing these skills makes business sense and business’

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Why Become a Mechanic? The Benefits of Enrolling at an Auto Training School

September 10, 2015

For many car lovers, working as a mechanic in an auto garage would be the ultimate career. When you have an interest in the automotive industry, nothing could be more rewarding than earning a salary while working under the hoods of some of your favourite vehicles. Automotive schools enable students to combine their love of

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Infographic: A Newcomers Guide to an Automotive Technician Career

April 17, 2015

New innovative vehicle technology, an exciting focus on green energy, and a consistent demand for vehicles makes now the perfect time to pursue an auto career. Auto mechanic training provides students with the skills they need to work in a range of professional settings, and perform dozens of in-demand services. If you’re considering enrolling in

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Is the Trucking Industry Becoming More Environmentally Friendly?

January 1, 2015

There are approximately 650,000 heavy-duty freight trucks registered in Canada, making trucking a $37 billion industry. That being said, it is also an industry that has the capability to produce a lot of waste – sometimes in one day a single freight truck can produce as much emission as 150 cars! Despite the reputation of

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Heavy Duty Trucks for Heavy Duty Jobs: The Undying Popularity of Pickups

December 18, 2014

If you asked what the top selling car in America was last year, you may be surprised to hear it wasn’t a car at all—it was a truck. The Ford F-150, in fact. The second and fifth spots for top sales were both trucks as well. Clearly, North America has a love affair with heavy

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Infographic: The Evolution of Automobile Safety Technology

December 5, 2014

Although the first automobiles took the road in the late 19th century, safety technology only really began to develop midway through the 20th century. It took many accidents for inventors to begin devising ways to make automobiles safer for both passengers and pedestrians. Students enrolled in auto training school are probably aware of how far protective technology

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What Will Police Vehicles Look Like in the Future?

December 4, 2014

Students pursuing auto mechanic training know that some of the most interesting cars to work on are police cars. And these are just recent models. Who knows what engineers, auto training school graduates and car companies will come up with and actually produce as police vehicles over the next ten, twenty or thirty years. Hollywood

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