Who Works on my car?

Mechanic? NO
The word “Mechanic” makes you think of a guy from 1960’s named Joe, with dirty hands, smudged face, greasy clothes and a wrench in his pocket. The high school dropout who might not have the intellect to work on our complex cars today. Hence the term mechanic is quickly disappearing.

 

Technician

 

Technician - NO
On the other hand, the term “Technician” congers up mental pictures of a sterile guy in a lab coat who hasn’t had his hands dirty in his life. He may be able to think about what’s wrong, but will he be man enough to dive into your car’s problem to fix it?

 


PaulAuto Service Technician - YES
The truth is that with today’s sophisticated cars, the good auto services technician must be a combination of diagnostic wizard, mechanical engineer, electrician, continuing student and great mechanic. It’s not glamorous work, but it’s exciting work. Part detective, he must discover the problems and then, take the puzzle apart and put it back together again to work perfectly.

A great auto service technician is a combination of curiosity, constant study, refined intuition, well earned experience, deductive reasoning, strong arms and nimble fingers. To you, his job is extremely important. It keeps you on the road, getting you to work, school, shopping and vacation. It keeps your car reliable, from the day-to-day routine, to cross country trips or the late night emergency.

A great auto service shop, with dedicated technicians, is worth its weight in gold to you. When you find one stick with it, and tell your friends about it, because we all need reliable transportation.

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