Here’s 4 reasons you should consider putting them to work at your shop.
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Other than the obvious roles, there are other really, really good reasons you should have a welder in the shop.
To inspire the next generation of service technicians and tradespeople, start by getting their hands off their phones and onto building something cool.
The CIA’s Simple Sabotage Field Manual can help mechanics both frustrate the enemy and think about being more effective in the shop.
How accurate is Car Mechanic Simulator 2021 to being a real mechanic? Let’s just say, not really, as any real mechanic can tell you.
It looks and sounds like a semi-precious stone, but it’s not. Fordite is a cool byproduct of the car manufacturing process.
*According to the first annual U.S. Auto Tech National Championship, a new auto repair skills competition.
For his contributions to the look of early- to mid-20th century America, Raymond Loewy should be just as renowned as Frank Lloyd Wright and Carroll Shelby.
If gas vehicles are outlawed, will only outlaws have gas-powered vehicles?
A hole in your vehicle’s roof, no matter what you call it, is a great way to introduce new problems and complexities to the automobile.
If passed, the proposed REPAIR Act in U.S. Congress would give vehicle owners and independent repair services full access to vehicle data, parts, and more.
DRLs can have the strange, unintended effect of hurting visibility overall.
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We curated all the best songs about cars and driving, creating the definitive playlist for when you’re working on automobiles or driving in them.
An auto repair shop in Georgia went viral for paying a former employee in hundreds of oily pennies. Then the Department of Labor stepped in.
If you’re using needle-nose pliers like I did for years, there’s a better way.
The in-dash cup holder on certain late ’90s to early 2000s F-150s, Expeditions and Navigators tends to break, but it’s easy to repair.
One man’s tragic death led to a device that transformed the automobile from a luxury fascination to something everyone could own and use regularly.