Why You Should Hire An ASE Certified Mechanic
How do you go about choosing an auto mechanic? Do you look for one that's close to you? Do you just open the yellow pages and see who has the biggest ad? If that's how you choose a mechanic, you may be in for a big surprise when you get your car or truck back. The most important thing to look for when you hire an auto mechanic is an ASE certification. ASE certified mechanics have undergone extensive training and have been tested to prove that they know what they are doing. ASE stands for Automotive Service Excellence. Since its inception in 1972 the National Institute for Automotive Excellence has certified over 400,000 automotive professionals. The Institute says that their mission is to "improve the quality of vehicle repair and service through the testing and certification of repair and service professionals.
" But how do they do this? To obtain an ASE certification, mechanics must have 2 years of hands on work experience and pass at least one of their exams. Mechanics are required to renew their certification periodically to make sure that they stay up on the latest technology. This assures that the Institutes trademark "blue seal" remains meaningful. To find an ASE certified mechanic, look for a blue seal with the letters ASE on it. Certified mechanics will proudly display it in their sop and on their advertisements.
To locate an ASE certified mechanic, you can also visit the National Institute for Automotive Excellence websites mechanic locator. You won't be disappointed.
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