Athens Tech is a resource for young, promising recruits, and we want the best of the best working for us. That’s why we help create the school’s auto service curriculum and maintain a positive bilateral relationship with students, faculty and administration.
The story of rodents eating car wires starts with Springtime, the time of year when birds start making their nests and some other critters like to find a nice place to set up house. Unfortunately, if it’s a squirrel, mouse, or chipmunk and they’re trying to set up house under the hood of your car–or even worse the ducting for your climate control–things can go rotten pretty quick! Read more
Peter has been repairing Asian vehicles for some 38 years. Recently, we were discussing our business and asked ourselves: “Who are our customers? Who really makes up our customer base as a whole?” After a great deal of conversation, we discovered that about 85% of our customers are women. Naturally, we take great pride in making sure that all of our female customers feel comfortable asking questions Read more
“When should I buy a new car?” is a common question, though it’s fraught with anxiety and oftentimes misinformation. That’s why we thought it’d be helpful to give you some things to think about when deciding if you should buy a new car or not. Read more
Should you keep your old car or buy new? It may clang and bang, but your despised old car may be the best bargain around. Let’s divide the car-buying universe into two camps: those who keep a car until it drops, and those who think a new car will change their lives. To the first, a round of applause. Short of taking the bus, there’s nothing cheaper than keeping a car until it crumbles into a pile of rust. Almost any car can be nursed to 300,000 miles without endangering your life, and even a new engine is cheaper than all but the cheapest used cars. Read more
Nearly nine out of 10 transmission failures are due to overheating and fluid contamination, according to the Automatic Transmission Rebuilders Association.
Just like the oil in your car engine, automatic transmission fluid (ATF) suffers from heat,friction and electrochemical degradation. Once this process starts, your transmission’s vital parts begin to clog with sludge and form varnish deposits. Read more