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Ultra Tune franchisee David Banning (left) with MTA CEO Darrell Jacobs

In response to growing demand for electrified vehicles and related services, the Motor Trade Association of South Australia and Northern Territory is introducing a new EV-branded business sign to provide reassurance for owners of electrified  vehicles that their local repairer has the necessary qualifications to do the work. Continue reading EV-branded business signs for qualified repairers

It is time for automotive workshops to consider the effect that electric cars might have on their operations but fortunately there is already much in the way of support for workshops looking to increase their repertoire and prepare for the future.  Many are thinking about investing in the training and equipment required to assess and Continue reading How to get up to speed on EV repairs

Being able to quickly identify, diagnose and resolve problems is vital for workshops so they can promptly fix the vehicle in question – helping cut downtime and maximise profit. One modern way to alleviate the oft-problematic and time-consuming fault identification and disassembly process is through the use of augmented reality – an approach that has Continue reading Augmented reality could expedite servicing and training

Automotive technicians in the retail, repair and services sector – including air conditioning specialists – enjoy better employment opportunities and more chance of a lifelong career than many university graduates, according to industry leader Geoff Gwilym. Negative attitudes to the trades generally by secondary schools and governments, both state and federal, have led to a Continue reading Trades lead to jobs, uni degrees not so much