The use of “structural” adhesives to attach outer door skins, hoods, deck lids and body panels is nothing new. In fact, the vehicle manufacturers have been doing it for years.
When computerized measuring systems first became available, most shop owners considered them luxuries that only the biggest, busiest and best shops could afford.
Customers these days are pickier than ever about the work performed on their vehicles – and alignment isn’t an exception. If customers aren’t satisfied with how their cars ride, steer and handle after driving them out of your shop, you’ll likely see those customers again – for the redo.
The Chevrolet Corvette is an American icon recognized the world over for its outstanding performance and handling prowess.
A new organization called the Service Technician Society (STS) is being formed for people who make their living fixing and maintaining vehicles.