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What Automotive Mechanic Career Professionals Should Know About the 2021 Honda Civic

May 13, 2021

The Honda Civic has long been a fan favourite in the automobile industry. Its winning mix of reliability, practicality, efficiency, and comfort has earned the Civic a reputation as one of the best compact cars out there. The new 2021 release is no different. Although the 2021 Civic lineup has seen a few changes, there

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If You’re in Auto Repair Training, Here’s a Look at the Most Fuel-Efficient Gas-Powered Vehicles

December 3, 2020

If You’re in Auto Repair Training, Here’s a Look at the Most Fuel-Efficient Gas-Powered Vehicles While the gas-guzzling Ford F-Series might hold the spot for best-selling vehicle in Canada, it’s no secret that many drivers are still opting for compact, fuel-efficient vehicles. Not only do they save money (and a lot of it), but they’re

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Interested in Becoming a Mechanic? Check Out the Best Campers for Summer Living

May 28, 2020

There are many reasons why a person might decide it’s time to pick up the keys for a camper. Perhaps they frequently take road trips into rockier or woodier terrains and want the ability to camp comfortably in their vehicle. Or perhaps they spend a lot of time on the road and would prefer the

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Frequently Asked Questions About an Auto Mechanic Career – Answered!

April 2, 2020

A career in the automotive industry allows car enthusiasts to make a living out of their passion – with the added benefits of job security, an exciting workplace, and much more. If you’re a problem solver who wants to ensure vehicles function safely on the road, chances are you’d make a great auto mechanic. But

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Thinking About Becoming a Mechanic? These are the Safest Cars of 2020

February 20, 2020

Over the years cars have become safer than ever. New technology like automatic braking, blind spot monitoring, and pedestrian detection mean that drivers with newer cars are less prone to collision. Safety should be a priority for drivers when choosing their cars, especially if they have young children, a teenager who will be learning to

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Car Mechanics Should Know This List of the Greatest Cartoon Automobiles

December 26, 2019

As the weather grows colder, there’s nothing like curling up with an old cartoon and a cup of nostalgia. If you’re a car buff, you may base your ‘toon choices at least partly on how cool the cars are. Who can blame you? The fantasy world of animation allows for some pretty crazy vehicles. Whether

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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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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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Becoming a Mechanic? Here Are Some Tips for Finding Your First Used Project Car Online

June 6, 2019

If you’re currently training to be a mechanic, a project car is a really fun way to get some practise working with your hands on a passion project. Depending on your budget, you can install interesting modifications, make the car a little more stylish, and learn new skills. Project cars can also provide a creative

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The Tesla Model 3: What You May See in Your Automotive Mechanic Career

April 25, 2019

Tesla is famous for its technologically advanced electric vehicles (EVs). While its early models were focused on the luxury car market, the automaker has made clear that it wants to make EVs affordable for everyone. The Model 3, which costs about half of what its higher-end Model S costs, is its attempt to create an

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