Brian Eslick from How to Automotive gives the young lube tech tips on how to advance to a full tech and gives tips on how senior tech can train lube tech to help make the more money.

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6 thoughts on “How to Make Real Money as a Automotive Technician / Mechanic

  1. Brian- very nice tool box, what did you do with the 2 or 3 other Cornwell boxes you had? Looking forward to your tool box/ shop tour! Really nice watching you wrench!

  2. I figured you were going to say, Quit and go to a fast food place and get at least $15.00 an hour without killing yourself.. LOL.

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