auto mechanics

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: mechanics - the craft of building and repairing automobilesauto mechanics - the craft of building and repairing automobiles
craft, trade - the skilled practice of a practical occupation; "he learned his trade as an apprentice"
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In line with its 90th year anniversary, Prestone, a producer of coolants, brake fluid, and motor oils, pays tribute to the unsung heroes of the automotive industry, our local auto mechanics, through a nationwide search for the Anak ng Mekaniko Scholarship Program.
AUTO MECHANICS THIS ONES FOR YOU TURN KEY - Three bays with lifts in 3,000 square feet MOL, fully equipped (see list) auto repair shop.
KUWAIT, May 11 (KUNA) -- The Auto Mechanics and Traffic Systems Competition is an awareness message that urges motorists to take care of their vehicles, said Interior Assistant Undersecretary of Traffic Affairs Maj.
Contract award: 24452 ac provision and removal of waste containers dib type (ordinary industrial waste) -pmc-paper-waste disposal class ii and iii -plafonnage-frying oil (cooking) -oil drain (auto mechanics) - specific waste auto mechanics, bubble glasses.
AP) -- A blind New Mexico man who recently earned an auto mechanics degree is looking for a job.
The residents of sector G-7, said that the auto mechanics activities were increasing day by day and the whole area was giving an ugly look.
The project's support programs and goals are setting up a technical training center and supporting equipment for automobile repair training, recruiting and educating students to be auto mechanics, enhancing the skills of existing auto mechanics, creating skilled and literate mechanics, enabling self-reliant poverty reduction through youth empowerment and finally strengthening Hyundai/Korean and Ghanaian technical and cultural cooperation through Hyundai's social contribution expertise.
He graduated from ITT Tech in 1977 with a certification in Auto Mechanics.
Most of the auto mechanics have to meet deadlines as their customers demand early delivery of the vehicles.
Borg (history, James Madison University) takes the first book-length look at auto mechanics and the auto repair shop, from their origins with chauffeurs and blacksmiths to their high-tech descendants at the end of the 20th century.
Kevin Borg begins his history of auto mechanics with the important truth that cars break down.
He was accepted by Job Corps in the auto mechanics program, and his ultimate goal is to be a tattoo artist.