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EYE SPY Filter Fumbles
March 24, 2020 by Allan Janssen

An assortment of filter fumbles from our growing collection of EyeSpy photos.

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Send us your vintage photos!
March 2, 2020 by Allan Janssen

We want to photos of what your business looked like way back when. Scan your photos and send them to allan@newcom.ca

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EYE SPY More DIY disasters
February 25, 2020 by Allan Janssen

Rookie mistakes from our growing collection of EYE SPY pictures.

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What are you listening to?
February 6, 2020 by Allan Janssen

Want to hear what all the fuss is about? Check out these aftermarket-related podcasts. But be forewarned… they can be habit forming!

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What’s Stopping Your Worst Customers?
January 21, 2020 by Allan Janssen

Brake-related EYE SPY pictures from our growing collection.

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Eye Spy: A customer’s inVENTion
January 7, 2020 by Allan Janssen

  No front defrost? No problem! A customer brought his Pontiac Vibe to Jeremy Bovaird and Jennifer Hebert at Jers’ Garage in City of Kawartha Lakes, Ont. to show off his homemade repair to clear his windshield. “We told him earlier

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Eye Spy: From frozen ditch to burned clutch
December 26, 2019 by Allan Janssen

Ben Knowles of Mechanic Modern in Richmond, Que., sent in this picture of a fried clutch. The owner of the 2008 Toyota Corolla thought he could get himself out of a snowbank by brute power and quickly switching from forward

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Jetsons’ flying car tops list of most iconic cartoon vehicles
December 17, 2019 by Allan Janssen

The Jetsons’ flying car is the most iconic cartoon vehicle for most American adults, a British polling company has determined. Click4reg asked 2,424 American adults to identify cartoon cars that they’d describe as a “dream drive” and which, given the

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Have you decked the halls? Show us your lights and tinsel!
December 17, 2019 by Allan Janssen

  ‘Tis the season to spruce up your waiting area with garlands and mistletoe. We’d like to see what you’ve done to create a festive atmosphere! It’s been nearly five years since we received pictures of a shop-made wreath that

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Eye Spy: The case of the arrested air conditioning
December 10, 2019 by Allan Janssen

  Brandon Bennett, of Bennett’s Auto Repair in Regina, Sask., discovered why the heat was “restrained” on a 2011 Yukon. The driver’s blend door was jammed by a pair of handcuffs that had slipped behind the dash somehow. Turns out

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IBC releases 2019’s top 10 Stolen Vehicles list
December 4, 2019 by Allan Janssen

Thieves love the Ford 350 Super Duty pickup truck! It tops the Insurance Bureau of Canada’s list of the most popular stolen vehicles in 2019. In fact, broken out by model years, it takes 7 of the 10 spots, including the

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The More Things Change: Customers
December 3, 2019 by Allan Janssen

Our latest walk down memory lane takes a look at how interactions with clients have changed over the years. October 2019:  Customers September 2019:  Wheels July 2019: Lifts May 2019: Spark Plugs March 2019: Invoicing Systems The more things change?