Articles by Tim Sramcik

The size of subcompact cars can complicate typical repairs. Use the following tips and steps to iron out any issues and smooth the way for a great job.
So what’s new in your paint department these days? If the answer is “not much,” you really should consider giving your distributor a call.
Vendors offer a full range of affordable management training, with most of it packaged so your employees can conveniently take courses. All you need is a plan to make the most of the training available to your business.
It might be time to re-examine vendor relations to ensure your business receives the maximum benefits. Use the following five tips.
What happened with the technology that proved its worth in other industries and once seemed destined to quickly move into the automotive world? Pull up a chair and pour yourself a cup of coffee. The answer to that question is long and involved.
Here are five bits of business information you should keep in mind while you consider making the plunge into manufacturer repair programs.
Take a look at the strategies human resource professionals use to reenergize employees, along with real-world example from shops benefitting from policies intended to keep the light in their employees’ eyes from burning out.
Here’s a look at control arm and stabilizer bar replacement in a popular compact vehicle, the new Chevy Cruze, using instructions provided by GM. Use the lessons learned here, particularly the need to use specialized tools and precise calibrations, in all your suspension work.

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