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Growing Opportunities for New Auto Technicians Due to Skilled Worker Shortage

Typically, when attending high school or earning your GED, the end goal is getting into college or a 4-year university. But, that’s not the path that’s necessarily right for everyone. Over the course of 4 years, college tuition and fees can add up to as much as $100,000 and sometimes more. It pays (literally), to […]

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What Do You Do as a Member of a Pit Crew?

Responsible for performing key maintenance checks and changes in a high-pressure, high-stakes environment, today’s pit crew technicians truly double as athletes. Interested in taking a closer look at what you do as a member of a pit crew? Curious hi-performance fans have come to the right place. Check out the following article by ATC for […]

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Why Wax Your Car? Answers from a Collision Repair Technician

Summer’s nice weather makes washing your car much less of a chore. But how likely are you to follow your car wash session by applying a restorative layer of wax? Is waxing your car really worth the extra time and effort? For expert-level answers, we took these questions up with our Collision Reconditioning Technology students […]

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Top 5 Graduation Gifts for Aspiring Technicians

What does someone buy an aspiring technician to say congrats? ATC has rounded up the top 5 most desirable graduation gifts for those looking ahead to in-the-shop training. Check out what we came up with below! Waterproof Tool Box: If your technician-in-training currently works from a metal tool box, getting them a fortified, rust-resistant version […]

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