I saw this article from motor the other day and can’t help but agree. It goes without saying that the technician needs to be prepared for new technologies, including hybrids and other forms of green technologies as our country moves away from traditional fuels – however, I was wondering who, beyond the dealerships, is going to work on these vehicles? [Read more…] about New technology
I get this question all the time. It’s a common question asked once you tell someone you practice law, but its not a simple answer.
Usually it starts with my standard answer – Automotive Law.
Should I represent myself?
I get this question all the time, and for a good reason as most shops and technicians are used to representing themselves – and why not? The price certainly is right.
It makes sense – it’s how we’re programmed. As hard nosed do-it-yourselfers, there’s nothing we can’t handle. The embedded characteristic of a technician is one of pride, one of power, and the ability to handle anything. Complicated module programming? Sign me up! An R&R done by 6? Not a problem. We take pride in our work – its how we’re programmed.
“It’s tough to part ways with a good mechanic.
My mechanic broke up with me. Then again, I did cheat on him. After 10 years of fidelity I started to stray, despite the fact that the garage was convenient, the mechanic and his employees were honest, friendly and reliable and the service was solid.
So why did I stray? I believe the adage “you get what you pay for” is a theorem bordering on fact: I paid a premium for such service. [Read more…] about Getting what you pay for…
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– Automotive Defense Specialists