[DML] Re: clutch
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[DML] Re: clutch

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Wilson Hitchings" <canon20dfan@...> 
> If the general opinion is that quality mechanics are on the decline, 
> I'm curious why that is. Repair places have had a profit motive since 
> day one, but many of you are saying a good mechanic is harder to find 
> now than it was, say, 20 years ago. Why?

Simple...Most of the younger generation apt for the higher paying 4 
year college term,(or so they think,soon to be a glut of them)the rest 
simply are not college material(or have no interest in college)..those 
are the Tech school generation or factory workers, THE FEW good ones 
make it as good quality mechanics,and get higher training in that 
field,to meet the demands of the high tech newer cars... the bad ones 
don't... they work at the shady garages,so that leaves the field of 
GOOD mechanics open to the few good,highly trained ones,the rest are 
just so-so shady mechanics.


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