A Day in the Life of an ASE-Certified Auto Technician

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You might have heard the term "ASE-Certified Auto Technician" before but not completely understood what that is? Auto Technicians take pride in the ASE-Certifications, and becoming certified can take a long time. Think of ASE-Certified Auto Technicians like the "doctors of the car world," performing complicated anatomical work and formulating diagnosis and treatment plans.
 

Typically, a mechanic's ASE-Certification requires 1 to 2 years of on-the-job work experience and a 2-year degree in auto repair! The ASE-Certification contains many steps along the way, including difficult tests for each level of certification. Long story short, your ASE-Certified Auto Technicians are highly skilled and educated professionals, who take their work very seriously. 
 

In a typical day-in-the-life of an ASE-Certified Auto Technician, you might find them:
 

Performing Complicated Diagnostic Work

 

Building Treatment Plans for Your Vehicle

 

Organizing Team Logistics

 

Formulating Plans of Action

 

Checking Inventory & Ordering Parts

 

Writing Estimates for Vehicle Work

 

Physically Working on Vehicles

 

Cleaning and Maintaining Expensive Equipment

This is just a short list of the much longer compendium of tasks that an ASE-Certified Auto Technician might be performing! Like a doctor, their work requires a mastery of their subject and a passion for helping people. Find yourself a great Auto Service Center and meet some of the ASE-Certified Technicians in your area!

Do you want to have your vehicle worked on by highly qualified ASE-Certified Auto Technicians? At Kniesel's Auto Service Centers, our technicians combine their decades of experience to bring you the most comprehensive care available. Schedule an appointment today and find out what makes us so special. We pride ourselves on our commitment to family and community; we can't wait to meet you!

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