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ATC Students’ Guide to Collision Damage

As aspiring automotive technicians begin their post-secondary technical training, they learn the fundamentals of automotive body damage and repair. One of the primary duties of Pennsylvania technicians in the collision repair field is restoring vehicles to their pre-accident state. If you’re thinking about enrolling in an auto tech program, Automotive Training Center (ATC) has a wide […]

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How Collision Repair Technicians Use Welding

Auto repair schools in Pennsylvania, such as ATC, prepare students to provide an immediate impact for an employer of a garage or mechanic shop through industry experience. One thing that professional automotive technicians will come across during their careers is a vehicle with collision damage that needs to be welded back into place. While it […]

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What is the Most Common Collision Damage and How do Automotive Technicians Fix it?

Collision reconditioning technology is an exciting career path for aspiring automotive technicians. As long as there are cars on the road, accidents are bound to occur, making work for collision technicians both stable and diverse because no two collisions are alike. While the world of collisions is ever changing, there are some things that are […]

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Collision Technology 101

Do you know what happens when you take your vehicle to a mechanic’s shop to have collision damage repaired? Behind those garage doors is where some of the most advanced automotive repairs happen. The world of collision repair technology is a fascinating and modern aspect of automotive technology, and any aspiring automotive technician should learn […]

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Assessing Collision Damage: What Collision Repair Technicians Look For

Collision repair technicians must diligently inspect vehicles following a wide variety of potential accidents that can cause a range of repair needs. The technicians are directly responsible for determining what has been damaged and what repairs are needed to restore the vehicle to a drivable state. But how exactly can collision technicians make such determinations? […]

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