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The Top 5 Convertibles of 2020 for Students in Auto Mechanic School

June 4, 2020

Convertibles have long been a symbol of prosperity and the good life, inspiring admiration and envy wherever they’re found. Car enthusiasts and auto mechanics alike know exactly why the roofless vehicles attract such attention – they’re beautiful, powerful, and frequently incredibly fast.  Besides, there’s nothing quite like zipping down the street with the wind in

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Find Out Why Students at Auto Mechanic School Won’t Stop Talking About the 2021 Ford Bronco

April 30, 2020

A classic SUV is about to make a huge comeback. After having ceased production back in 1996, the Ford Bronco is going to be reincarnated and modernized for 2021. While the Bronco’s return was initially announced in 2017 at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, and there’s still plenty we don’t know yet,

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Interested in an Auto Mechanic Career? Discover the Future of Auto Mechanics

March 19, 2020

The world of automotive mechanics is one that is constantly changing and developing. Right now, the increasing development of both electric and self-driving vehicles is creating a new learning curve for auto mechanics as the industry evolves.However, this should be cause for excitement and curiosity, rather than concern — after all, cars have been shape-shifting

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4-Cylinder VS. V6: A Look at the Differences for Students in Automotive Training

January 23, 2020

Whether you’re interested in an automotive career, are on the market for a new vehicle, or simply want to learn more about how cars operate, understanding the difference between a 4-cylinder and V6 engine is a foundational concept that all car lovers should know. However, recent developments in the automotive industry have changed the abilities

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A History of Luxury Cars for Auto Mechanic School Students

December 12, 2019

Today the standards for what makes a vehicle luxurious seem to be shifting. There are brands like BMW, Mercedes, and Audi that are known as luxury brands, but these companies also sell relatively affordable models. Meanwhile, other brands like Rolls-Royce or Bugatti are undeniably luxurious in every way. The history of luxury cars is as

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In Auto Mechanic Traning? Here are a Few Tips for Choosing Winter Tires

November 28, 2019

With the exception of Quebec and parts of British Columbia, there are no laws about whether or not you must install winter tires in Canada. However, many provinces have guidelines, recommendations, or regulations for certain types of vehicles. Wherever you live, if you drive in the winter, these tires are probably a good idea. In

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What Students in Auto Mechanic Training Should Know About Mid-Engined Design

November 14, 2019

There is some disagreement about what classifies as a mid-engined car. Some say that in order to be considered mid-engine the engine must be between the driver and the rear axle. Others claim that any car with the engine between the front and rear axles (as opposed to over the front axle) is mid-engined. However,

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A Guide to Fixing Vacuum Leaks for Students in Automotive College

November 7, 2019

They’re not always easy to spot, but they need to be fixed regardless! A vacuum leak in a car’s engine can happen when the engine’s air-to-fuel ratio exceeds 14.7:1 (also known as a lean mixture), and excessive, unwanted air in the engine occurs as a result. This leads to a subpar performance from the engine—if

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In Mechanic School? Your Childhood Dreams Have Come True With the Bugatti Baby II

October 24, 2019

As part of its 110th birthday celebration, Bugatti created a tiny, child-sized car with fancy features and a classic look. While this may be a kiddie car, it’s a far cry from its foot-to-floor powered plastic competitors. This car features a real electric powertrain and multiple driving modes. Another distinguishing feature of this luxury vehicle

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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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