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GM’s New Teen Driver Technology Explained for Students in Car Mechanics Training

April 6, 2017

In an effort to improve safety, vehicle manufacturers have been developing innovate vehicle safety technology over the past several years. Backup cameras, lane departure warning systems, and blind spot detection are just some examples of the great features that help keep drivers safe. One of the most at-risk demographics for car accidents is teen drivers.

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4 Of The Most Expensive Repairs You’ll See In Your Automotive Mechanic Career

October 13, 2016

Sometimes, drivers get off lucky when they bring their car in for repairs. With just a quick, inexpensive fix needed, they can have their vehicle in shape again and ready to go. However, other times customers might be landed with a repair bill that is more than a little pricey. If you’re considering a career

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A Rolls-Royce SUV? A First Look for Car Repair Training Students

March 24, 2016

In recent months, ultra-luxury SUVs have become a hot topic in the automotive world. Just last year, Bentley announced the release of its premium Bentayga SUV. The Bentayga boasts a range of comfort features including a built-in fridge, heated seats capable of massaging passengers and much more—taking the term “luxury SUV” to new heights. Today,

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Chevy Spark: 3 Things Auto Mechanic Training Students Should Know About Canada’s Cheapest Car!

February 4, 2016

At the Montreal Auto Show, Chevrolet announced the launch of its ridiculously low-priced 2016 Chevy Spark. The Spark will start at $9,995, officially making it the least expensive car in North America. 45 per cent of the Canadian consumers who’ve bought previous models of the Chevy Spark were first time Chevrolet owners, and the automaker

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Pursuing Auto Mechanic Training? Check Out the Specs of Lamborghini’s Huracan Spyder

September 24, 2015

The highly anticipated Frankfurt Motor Show—the world’s largest auto show—is held annually in order to showcase new vehicles, introduce the latest auto technology and world record attempts, and to make exciting industry announcements. This year, auto-lovers were introduced to a wide range of impressive cars. Among them were several new electric and hybrid vehicles, including

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