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Advancing Vehicle Technology: Friend or foe?

In this, the final article in a seven-part series sponsored by Chevron, reporter Jacob Stoller looks at how shop owners should view the disruptive technology on the horizon of the automotive industry. The short answer is it’s not all that bad! By Jacob Stoller

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Schrader launches new TPMS training course with giveaway

Schrader TPMS Solutions has launched a free TPMS e-Training course on its Schrader Academy platform, along with a chance to win a Schrader Anniversary shop stool. The company, an aftermarket brand of Sensata Technologies, opened the Schrader Academy in November

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Acquiring know-how in the virtual world

In the third of a series of articles sponsored by Chevron, reporter Jacob Stoller looks at the technology used to power realistic gaming environments… and when it might be coming to the automotive repair shop. By Jacob Stoller Picture this

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Millennial automotive purchase intent on the rise

The global automotive industry is currently facing serious economic headwinds and declining sales, leaving industry players wondering if millennials – who currently make up one-third of the world’s population – will drive the industry forward or break from past generations

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Winning websites offer marketing tips

By Jacob Stoller With all the hype about the “newness” of the digital age, it’s hard to believe that the world’s first website turned thirty in 2019. However, while social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn have dominated

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The question everyone’s asking: What kind of work are you still doing?

What kind of business is still coming through your door?  Is it emergency mechanical only? Or are people using the extra time they have on their hand to have maintenance and seasonal work done? What percentage of normal traffic are

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The question everyone’s asking: What kind of work are you still doing?

What kind of business is still coming through your door?  Is it emergency mechanical only? Or are people using the extra time they have on their hand to have maintenance and seasonal work done? What percentage of normal traffic are

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