The latest issue of Indie Garage features Scott and Michael Waddle of Precision Auto Service. Located in B.C.’s Fraser Valley, Precision Auto Service has been recognized as one of the leaders in developing an EV strategy for the business that really works.
They share how they did it, and what you can do.
Also in the issue, Murray Voth, RPM Training, wonders aloud “Where have all the good people gone?” and how the math adds up.
Plus, we present the latest Canadian research on the service market, how Canadians see the EV landscape, and what it means.
“AI brings a new force to roadside assistance” brings Manitoba-based Denray Tire’s experience with an artificial intelligence tool to the forefront.
“Weathering winter tire service season” presents tips from the field on how to keep your sanity, and profitability, during the business tire changeover season.
Veteran tech and former shop owner Joe Taylor talks about “Building your team from the Techs Up.”
And we look at Mister Transmission, whose iconic orange storefront has been part of Canada’s aftermarket for six decades, and how franchisees continue to see high value in the brand.
Plus, tips for apprentices in “A Successful Apprenticeship Starts with the Interview.”
Copies are on their way to auto shops across Canada but you can read the DIGITAL FLIPBOOK HERE.
Inside you’ll find
IS THIS A CRISIS/
In the Making?
5 EV SERVICE: CANADIANS/
6 CANADIAN AUTO SERVICE/
Returns to “Normal” Levels
7 MISTER TRANSMISSION/
Celebrates 60 Years
8 AFTERMARKET UPDATE:/
Sales Good Despite Supply Issues
14 COVER STORY
PRECISION AUTO SERVICE’S/
Effective EV Strategy
Where have all the good people gone?
20 SERVICE ADVISOR
Tire Service Season
AI BRINGS A NEW FORCE /
To Roadside Assistance
BUILDING YOUR TEAM/
From The Techs Up
28 NEW PRODUCTS
Starts with the Interview
CANADIANS and EV Service