The appearance of off-road prowess while maintaining on-road comfort is what motorists want. Tire salesmen, take advantage.
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Turning all jobs into team efforts promotes knowledge transfer to the less-experienced techs, who pay tuition in physical labor.
Here’s an easy guerilla marketing trick to get your customer counts up by selling on your days off.
Everyone knows about sedans and pickups, but what about shooting brakes and pony cars? Here’s an incomplete guide to the rarer designs on the road.
Who puts a battery in a fender? Quite a few mechanics, that’s who.
Some sources say you should never, ever plug a tire … despite the fact that trained professionals have been doing it for decades. We debate.
Turning absurdly specific jargon into a joke isn’t a new idea, but that didn’t stop us from turning it into an April Fools’ joke.
Latin is a language, as dead as it can be/It killed the ancient Romans, and now it’s killing me.
Pat Goss, arguably America’s most famous mechanic, has died.
It’s a tiny step on the manufacturing line, but boy, drain plugs save mechanics a ton of time.
Help your customers prioritize their repairs and they’ll keep coming back.
Parts on cars are interconnected—and their problems often are as well.
Decreased emissions and other benefits do come with increased valve maintenance costs.