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3 Underrated Tools You Should Have After Your Auto Mechanic Training

August 15, 2019

Any auto mechanic needs a variety of tools at their disposal for success: pliers, wrenches, ratchets, screwdrivers—you name it. But really, these are only a few of the more basic tools a mechanic will find useful throughout their career, and the full list of options for tools they can use is actually quite extensive. Although

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3 Tips for Starting Auto Repair Training if Trades Aren’t Your Background

August 8, 2019

The amount of computers, networks and electronics involved in auto repair have made it harder to fix a vehicle without proper training. Gone are the days of the average driver being able to diagnose and repair problems with their cars with just some elbow grease and a bit of intuition. If you’re interested in learning

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How Mechanics Can Stay Safe On the Job After Their Auto Mechanic Training

August 1, 2019

Safety is a priority for mechanics. With the right knowledge and focus, you can prevent accidents and keep you and the rest of your team healthy and happy. Not only is wellbeing important, but illnesses or injuries can mean loss of valuable work time. When working with machinery, tools, toxic substances, and chemicals, it’s important

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What Jaguar’s Mood-Sensing AI Means for Car Mechanics in Training

July 25, 2019

As an aspiring auto mechanic, you love cars, and you probably love driving them. That said, stress is an inevitable part of driving, and it can get to us as much as we try to hide it—whether because of construction, running late, heavy traffic, or any other annoyance on the road. Luckily, one of the

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What Students in Automotive Training Should Know About Auto Recycling

July 18, 2019

Cars: you love them, and you wish you could keep them forever. But what happens when they’ve reached the end of their rope and it’s time to say goodbye? This is where recycling comes in. Automobiles are the world’s most heavily recycled consumer product, with millions of cars being recycled around the world yearly. About

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How Crash Testing Works, Explained for Students in Auto Mechanic School

July 11, 2019

You’ve seen it in car ads all the time, but how does it actually work? Crash testing is a standard procedure to ensure safety and minimize the injuries one can sustain in a car accident when various car models are about to be launched. How does the process come together? And why do we still

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The Engine on the World’s Fastest Tractor will Shock Students in Auto Mechanic Training

July 4, 2019

There are more than a few world records related to speed. For motorcycles, that record sits at 605.7 km/h. Among monster trucks, that number sits a little lower at 159.5 km/h. And, if you’re curious, the speediest toy slot car ever recorded travelled at an impressive 1,583.4 km/h. Honda even recently set a new acceleration

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What You Need to Know About the 2020 Mustang Shelby if You’re Interested in Mechanic Training

June 27, 2019

Mustangs are cars known for creating the pony car classification. These compact, stylish vehicles have a sporty appearance and offer a smaller version of a classic American muscle car. The first Ford Mustang debuted in the spring of 1964. Shortly after, Ford approached race car driver and auto designer Carroll Shelby to create a performance-oriented

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A Look at the 2019 Nissan Micra, for Students in Auto Mechanic Training

June 20, 2019

The Nissan Micra is one of Canada’s two most affordable new cars, closely matched by the Chevrolet Spark. But the price point isn’t the major sell for this compact vehicle, as its features make it a convenient, efficient, and comfortable choice for an everyday car—and in some cases, a race car (but more on that

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If You’re Completing Training for Mechanics, Take a Look at the 2020 Mini John Cooper Works

June 13, 2019

In 2008, MINI premiered the first-ever John Cooper Works MINI to the world at the International Motor Show in Geneva. John Cooper Works is an English company owned by BMW, responsible for the original Mini Cooper. The JCW model was introduced to add a sportier version, indicated by the company’s namesake John Cooper, a race

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