Mark your calendars and join us February 26, 2022 at 6 p.m. Eastern for this Motor Age Training/TST webinar!
Brake service is one of the “bread and butter” services every shop offers and because it is relatively routine, it is also easy to overlook the finer points of performing these services properly. The result? Brake noise, vibration, and excessive wear – ultimately resulting in a dissatisfied customer.
Join Motor Age Training’s Pete Meier and TST President G. Jerry Truglia or this “live” webinar that will showcase the most common mistakes techs make when inspecting, servicing and repairing today’s brake systems and learn how to perform these services professionally. Adding that extra touch will not only allow you to charge a premium for your service but will also increase your customer satisfaction and referral rates.
This training opportunity is offered to you FREE, thanks to the support and our partnership with Duralast. Register today!
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G JERRY TRUGLIA
Founder/President of Technicians Service Training (TST), G. Jerry Truglia has extensive experience in the automotive field as a technician, service manager, shop owner and technical writer. He is a senior curriculum developer who provides training programs for automotive and truck inspection and repair programs. He has provided on-board diagnostic system, OBDII and automotive training all over the country. He is the owner, curriculum developer and instructor for Automotive Technician Training Services (ATTS) in Mahopac, N.Y.
Creative Director – Technical, Pete Meier is an ASE certified Master Technician with over 40 years of practical experience as a technician and educator, covering a wide variety of makes and models. He began writing for Motor Age as a contributor in 2006, joined the magazine fulltime as Technical Editor in 2010, and now serves as Group Technical Editor and Director of Training. He is committed to the mission of the magazine to “advance the automotive professional” and provides resources to working techs around the country through print, webcasts, social media and YouTube.