To rebuild something correctly, you have to understand how it was put together in the first place. When it comes to vehicle design, that “put together in the first place” part can get pretty complicated. In order to truly understand how today’s vehicles are built, it pays to invest in auto tech training for your staff. Our Chief University Design-Based Repair course gives technicians the inside scoop with up-to-date information about the latest in vehicle design. It covers:
Once you decide to invest in a LaserLock measuring system, you’ll want to do everything you can to make it run smoothly. That way, it can help you blueprint those repairs and complete them accurately. Here’s how to keep it in tip-top shape.
Everyone gets excited when you install a shiny new frame rack or trade an old welder for the latest high-powered, automatic model. But have you ever heard stories about techs celebrating renewed or updated vehicle repair data? Neither have we.