Good Service Takes Time ~ Podcast Episode 2

Automotive podcast episode 2
Humble Mechanic Podcast
Humble Mechanic Podcast
Good Service Takes Time ~ Podcast Episode 2

When it comes to getting our cars serviced, we want it done right. We also probably want it done cheap and we want it fast. But in many cases we can’t truly have everything. Today you have me in the car on my way home from work. We are talking about allowing time for the job to be done properly. This comes from a lot of different places, a technician rushing, a customer only having a limited time for their car to be properly serviced, or a service advisor that has over booked a schedule. This rushing can end just fine. Being rushed when servicing does not mean your car is going to get destroyed. It does however open the door for mistakes, missing issues, or injury.

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