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5 Must Follow Tips For New Auto Mechanics

Published on May 18, 2016 under Podcast

There are a lot of goals I have with the automotive podcast. A huge goal is to help technicians get better. If you are a new tech starting out, or an experienced tech needing a reboot, I am here to help. I encourage folks to send in questions so I know where I can best lend a hand.

One of the questions that I get the most is:

“Charles, I am just starting out as an auto mechanic or automotive technician, any advice to get my career going?”

Well folks, it just so happens that I do have some advice. In fact I have a ton of advice. But understand that you are not going to watch one YouTube video and “get it”. This is a process. Just like learning how to fix cars is a process, learning how to be a complete mechanic takes time. So I put together this video to help get you on track with becoming a successful new auto mechanic.

Join me today as we discuss:

  • Knowing your roll as a new tech
  • NEVER stop working
  • Give it a try first
  • Be patient technician(it’s harder than you think)
  • Advice from Todd Gordan, Joey Logano’s crew chief
  • and more


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3 Comments

  1. Josh Arnold

    Hello Humble Mechanic, I am recently graduated from high school and just about to start my 2 year path to Toyota ten technician. So far this site has been really helpful to me and I was a little worried at first going into something that I haven’t had much experience, but I cant wait to start. Thanks for the tips.

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