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When it comes to new techs, shop owners need to rethink the process of becoming a mechanic, every step of the way.
It hurts your heart. Literally. You see new mechanics coming in, and they’re so charged up to finally get a chance to do what they love: work on cars. But slowly, over time, that enthusiasm fades. In this episode, our new and old-school mechanics ta
This content is syndicated from Interstate's Blog at https://www.interstatebatteries.com/shop-goals/main
Remember your first day in the garage? Right. Nobody takes the new kid seriously. Not the guys in the garage, and definitely not customers. Time and experience builds trust. But you’re running a shop, juggling the daily routine, and managing a mechanic apprenticeship is challenging—especially when so few applicants are coming in.
How does a newbie get old school cred in you
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