Pros: co-workers, and teamwork. company supplied tools.
Cons: short breaks. long days. heavy lifting
A typical day would be working an eleven to twelve hour shift mostly non stop with little time for breaks.
I learned how to use a tire balancing machine, and a machine that was used to break down tires and replace rims, and tires as well. Also learned how to maintain air pressures or (psi), gauges, air hoses, and replace studs, and use a variety of air powered tools.
My immediate managers were very respectable, and great managers.
Most of my co-workers were great, and i got along with them fine.
The hardest part of the job was the continuous heavy lifting.
The most enjoyable parts of the job were the people i had the pleasure of meeting. Also the opportunity to learn new skills, and techniques.