“The more things change, the more they stay the same” - A. Karr.
So, what to do? Remember the past, is what I say. Because nothing really has changed in the way things work. Only in the way we look at things.
I’m a technician, high school shop teacher, writer and now an automotive technical trainer who always keeps referring to things from the past, applying them to the day’s cars. I try to make things simple because it really is. So I’m resurrecting a number of articles I wrote a long time ago to show how far the industry has come – or not – in the last generation. Current themes and innovations will be mixed in too. So will how-to’s and other stuff.
Most of all, to be a great technician, or a great customer keep a sense of humour and remember that there are a million ways for the car to fail and only one way to get it to run right. What are the chances?
Looking forward to some interesting blogs and discussions.ReplyDelete
Hi George, great blog, I look forward to reading that sense of humour regularly, I'll be following.ReplyDelete
Great info--look forward to more postings
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Great blog... looking forward to future posts!ReplyDelete