Often overlooked on your bill, labor charges are the most common tactic used by service centers and mechanics to force extra cash from your wallet. It’s ok to question these charges, your service advisor should have nothing to hide. If you are seeing charges for services that you did not specifically request, such as steering checks or fluid flushing, your bill may be getting inflated with line items that might not have even been performed.
Enginetech can help you expand your company and profit by supporting your transition to ecommerce. Ecommerce streamlines the browsing, searching, and purchasing processes. This way, companies can enhance convenience and provide a seamless online shopping journey for their customers. This can lead to higher customer satisfaction, increased conversions, and improved customer retention.
Move over George Jetson, the real-life flying car is no longer just a midcentury hyper-modernist dream… or is it? Among ultrasonic dishwashers and instant language translators, through the Jetsons’ retro-futurism aesthetic, humankind once only imagined flying cars. However, they are no longer an idea of the future, but of the Read more…
Despite practically every automaker making plans to go entirely electric, Toyota is veering away from the trend. Toyota is the largest vehicle manufacturer in the world, with 11.5% share in vehicles sold, however they continue to steer clear of producing EV’s. Why? The hydrogen combustion engine. Hydrogen Combustion May Outperform Read more…
One thing you don’t want weighing on your mind: reduced gas mileage. Ideally, road trips are relatively low cost and enjoyable when compared to other means of travel, with the intention of avoiding costly inconveniences and airport drama. So why not avoid senselessly wasting money all together? I’m talking about using fuel resources wisely and keeping money in your wallet.
We’ve all heard the saying, “Shop Local”, and we’re all aware of the designated small business Saturday, and grassroots community-focused efforts to help mom-and-pop shops in your neighborhood. We know that the benefits of patronage to locally owned businesses are vast and making a difference can feel good. When it Read more…
The IEA predicts EV’s to make up only 15% of new car sales in 2030, contrasting with the Biden Administration’s 67% target. Are we Surprised?
It doesn’t seem like American’s are rushing to adopt electric vehicles as their primary vehicle, and that is at odds with the goals of the EPA and Biden Administration. It looks like, unless major breakthroughs are made in EV technology, that the combustion engine will still reign supreme.
Enginetech Engineer, Will Pollard, began hosting monthly engine workshops this year to teach new, inexperienced teammates the basics. The classes are open to anyone at Enginetech who is interested in learning more about the engine parts we sell, and how they fit together in the internal combustion engine. Class topics include engine anatomy, functionality, and part-specific FAQs. This allows our sales team to be credible, and truly understand our customers when speaking with them, a major benefit that few competitors manage to provide their customers.
Are Electric Vehicles better or worse than owning a gasoline-powered vehicle? What are the maintenance costs? EV’s are expensive to buy, but how expensive are they to own? Do they have less maintenance than traditional gas-powered cars? Are there any hidden expenses nobody talks about?