The day would start of checking tools, talking to the other guys beside you, get a cup of coffee to start the day. Then up goes the service doors for business, cars with problems and customers to let you know of them, complaints of how the car drives or just how the Technician who worked on their car did. I learn a great deal from this job and not all jobs are "jobs" per say If it's for you, it's ok to make a career out of what is learned and what you enjoy, The management team was friendly and caring always take good care of their customers, employees on the other hand it's just business. hardest part of the day would be rush hour or sometimes lunch time when customer comes in on their break for a quick oil change, or working on a car trying to find out what is wrong with it at times. best part of the job is to see the customer smile knowing that we finish the job on time and very good, also the ability to work on our own cars in our free time.
work on our cars, great health care, great customers, good people to work with.
bad sheduling, sometimes bad co-workers