Repairing future failure points before they fail is a lucrative way to save your customers money, just like maintenance does.
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If your waiting room stinks, so does waiting in it.
Mary Walton’s 1997 look behind the scenes of the Ford Taurus shows the human side of car production.
Is this what automotive enthusiasm looks like now?
Why not capitalize on easy, predictable service that’s almost never a rush job?
Aiming for bare pavement may prevent some accidents, but at tremendous costs to taxpayers, mechanics, and the environment.
This tool is like black licorice: you’re probably either going to love it or have no use for it whatsoever.
The e-brake serves TWO important functions.
Checking out vehicles for sale is a revenue builder that boosts customer confidence
In the receiver? In the bed? On a shelf?
Tip #1: stop calling it a “brake job.”